JTC was selected as the Testing Agent, to provide inspection and construction materials testing, for the Waterbury State Office Complex Renovation and New Construction Project. This project was the result of a major planning effort for the rebirth of the complex, as Class A office space for the Agency of Human Services. The master plan included deconstruction of over twenty buildings in the Winooski River flood plain; restoration and major renovation of the remaining historic buildings; construction of a new office building and a new central plant; dry flood proofing of all buildings to above the 500-year flood level; and construction of almost all new site infrastructure elements. The total construction cost estimate was $175M. The project was honored with APWA’s Project of the Year award in the Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair at a cost of more than $75 million category.
JTC was selected as the Testing Agent for the renovations and additions to an existing structure for a new Police Station located on Beach Road in Salisbury, Massachusetts. JTC provided independent testing and inspection services. The project involved the new construction of an 18,500 GSF three-story wood framed building with an interior masonry detention area and masonry elevator shaft. The building includes administration offices, meeting rooms, staff lounge and fitness room, detention blocks and garage areas. The exterior is a combination of cementitious siding and stone veneer (base), with storefront entry and punched windows. The roofing has architectural asphalt shingles. [Rendering by HKT Architects]
Salisbury Police Station - Salisbury, MA
Hampton Police Department - Hampton, NH
JTC was hired as a geotechnical engineering consultant for this new Police Station Facility. Our professionals designed piles and provided pile monitoring during construction. JTC also provided material testing services during the construction phase.