Gaylor conducted a complete electrical installation on the 41,661 square foot administrative readiness building and staging area located on the base of Fort Stewart. The structure is designed to house lockers for deploying soldiers and metal cages for equipment storage as well as staff offices.
Initial underground rough in was challenging due to rock hard dirt. Gaylor dug conduit trenches with an excavator and used pick axes to get through the soil to run piping for the main power service, telephone, subpanels, receptacles and circuits fast-tracking the labor in time for the slab pour. Coordinating telephone and communications services required cutting through asphalt running cables more than 700 feet to a new junction box.
The LEED certified building consists of a uniform lighting layout featuring 2×4 Fluorescent lay-in lamps, emergency lighting and occupancy sensors. Gaylor installed exterior site lighting as well as illumination for the staging platform.