Manhattan Beach
Project

Sygnos, Inc. – Prime Subcontractor

 This project was a remodel of an existing building requiring asbestos roofing abatement.  The roof was replaced with new gutters, downspouts, access hatches and ladders.  Additional remodeling included lead paint removal and encapsulation; new interior and exterior paint; replacement of windows, doors and storefront; general concrete repairs; sealants; exhaust fans;  building ventilation; and new VCT flooring and rubber base in offices. 


Camp Pendleton Hangar

Sygnos, Inc. – Prime Subcontractor 

This design-build project consisted of two floors that included 6 locker rooms/restrooms, a hangar floor, and a bridge crane.  Upgrades included structural steel, electrical, utility, epoxy flooring, office renovations, 400 Hertz repair and commissioning, and HVAC which required replacing the existing chiller and pumps with a 60-ton chiller and upgraded pumps. The project required all locker rooms to be gutted and reconfigured with new showers, restroom fixtures and accessories.  In several cases the design revealed unforeseen obstructions.  As with all previous Sygnos, Inc. projects, close coordination with the client resulted in this project being completed ahead of schedule despite overcoming several obstacles. 


San Diego Navy Base Mission Module

Sygnos, Inc. – Prime Subcontractor 

This Navy Base San Diego project consisted of a new design-build 14,000 sf, 50-foot tall fabric warehouse with new electrical service.  Installation of large powered roll-up doors on both ends of the building and modification and installation of new security fencing was required. This building is being used for storage and inventory of containers of supplies for combat ships at Navy Base San Diego.  Construction was completed in 10 weeks with no accidents or incidents.  


Camp Pendleton Re-Cycle Center

Sygnos, Inc. – Prime Subcontractor

 

This project was design-build and consisted of several pre-engineered metal structures that included sorting areas, bailers, a steam clean facility and a truck dock. The largest of the structures measures 164’ X 100’ X 20.’  Electrical, water and sewer, with a 1300 gal. sand oil separator and lift station, were designed for utility support.  The use of asphalt grinding during the demo phase was utilized to reduce environmental impact.