Owner  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Architect  Gossen/Livingston
Cost  $26,438,401

Burchick Construction completed the design and construction of this three-building facility located on a 35-acre site. Our winning design incorporated the demanding technical requirements of the Corps of Engineers with the architectural statement that this type of structure allowed.  The tasteful combination of exterior masonry, glazing systems, and standing seam metal roof construction helped showcase the recent development and revitalization in the vicinity of the former Pittsburgh International Airport terminal area.

During the construction of the U.S. Army Training Center, Burchick Construction Company, Inc. performed site bulk and structural excavation, all concrete work, interior and exterior metal stud and gypsum board systems, installation of doors, frames and hardware, acoustical ceilings, millwork and miscellaneous specialties such as bathroom accessories, marker/tack boards, projection screens, shelving, etc.

The concurrent construction of both the new football and baseball stadiums affected the available manpower along with subcontractor support.  In addition to this, the availability of steel and fabrication services became limited.  This required Burchick Construction Company, Inc. to completely re-sequence our work schedule to complete the project within the contractual timeline.

Even with the need to re-sequence the work and expedite the construction due to steel delivery delays, 230,000 man-hours were expended on this project with no lost time accidents.  Despite the number and complexity of the additional construction change order work, the project was completed without a single claim between Burchick Construction and the Owner or any of our Subcontractors.