Komada Projects


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Nervino Fire Station
Client: U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service                    
Location: Beckwourth, California
Contract Value: $2.6M

The Nervino Fire Station project involved the construction of a new 4,400 SF building to house three fire engines, offices and training space. The Komada team coordinated multiple subcontractors on a demanding schedule and overcame challenging weather conditions (high winds and cold temperatures) to deliver the project on time and within budget. The construction tasks included site work and utilities, sewer transfer station, water storage and distribution, foundation, electrical, mechanical and plumbing. The project also involved installation of the HVAC system, controls, fire detection/prevention, paving, perimeter fencing and access gates.       

The Komada team delivered the project with zero lost-time hours.


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Hangar Building 50 Repair and Renovation
Client: USACE, Savannah District
Location: Robins Air Force Base, Georgia   
Contract Value: $2.5M

The Hangar Building 50 project included repairs to the concrete slab and restroom/locker room areas. Komada’s team removed sections of the slab and all of the unsuitable soils, constructed a new drainage system and restored the area with new, suitable backfill and concrete. The restroom/locker room renovation was completed while the facility was out of service for slab repairs. The team also constructed a new decontamination area and upgraded the fire alarm and fire suppression systems.

The Komada team delivered this project in approximately 90 days by working multiple shifts seven days a week and making timely, accurate decisions as issues and challenges arose. 


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13th CAB Titus Boulevard/Butts Road Intersection Realignment
Client:  USACE, Omaha District
Location: Fort Carson, Colorado
Capacity:  $4M

The 13th CAB Titus/Butts Intersection Realignment project involved the construction and rehabilitation of Titus Boulevard and Butts Road to improve traffic way. The new intersection and five-lane roadway merged two roads and terminated just north of Crows Foot to interface with the Crow’s Foot Bridge project. The Komada team performed the following scope of work:

  • Demolition of utilities
  • Construction of a non-potable water distribution system, including piping, accessories, valves and couplings
  • Construction of a complete sanitary sewer system, precast items and concrete
  • Construction of storm drainage, culverts, piping, precast items and concrete