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Dayton Phoenix Group Exterior

Industrial

DAYTON PHOENIX GROUP DISASTER RECOVERY

Restoration of a 630,000 SF manufacturing facility after tornadoes left the building in carnage. Shook worked diligently to allow DPG to maintain operations throughout construction and prioritized safety. Working ~600 days in the facility, all but the first 45 were tenant occupied. Today, the building is restored to a state-of-the-art facility with a reconfigured layout to offer additional room for the company to grow.
Client Dayton Phoenix Group
Location Dayton, OH
Square Footage 630,000.00
Project Budget $77.8 Million
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Life Connection Entryway

Healthcare

LIFE CONNECTION OF OHIO NEW HEADQUARTERS

Shook served as the Construction Manager at Risk on this project. This new headquarters houses the business’ main operations, including a dedicated call center, a lab area for the temporary storage and processing of tissue material, and a drive-through canopy that allows efficient delivery to the lab. With state-of-the-art technology and a new, beautiful space to call home, the facility is expected to support additional growth and, ultimately, save more lives.
Client Life Connection of Ohio
Location Kettering, OH
Square Footage 29,000.00
Project Budget $10 Million
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DEL-CO WATER COMPANY OLENTANGY WATER TREATMENT PLANT

Water Resources

DEL-CO WATER COMPANY OLENTANGY WATER TREATMENT PLANT

This new $30 million 12 MGD drinking water treatment plant consisting of 11 structures includes: a Chemical Administration and Filter Building, Flocculation Basins, Pre-oxidation Basins, a CO2 Injection System, Softening Basins, a Recarbonation System, 4 x 110-foot diameter Clearwell/Chlorine Contact Tanks, a High Service Pump Station and a Maintenance Building.
Client Del-Co Water Company
Location Delaware, OH
MGD 12.00
Project Budget $30 Million
UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS UCRC II DATA CENTER UPGRADE

Technology

UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS UCRC II DATA CENTER UPGRADE

The project was pursued using a CM and subcontractor design assist method due to the complexity of substantial electrical and mechanical upgrades in the facility. Design assist allowed the project team to explore potential pathways for refrigerant piping to route up 5 floors through the building, to the roof, and for large groups of 4” electrical conduits to route from new exterior generators to the 2nd floor data center.
Client University Hospitals
Location Cleveland, OH
Square Footage
Project Budget $4.1 Million
COLUMBUS SOUTHERLY CEPT - S89 - DISENFECTION

Water Resources

COLUMBUS SOUTHERLY CEPT - S89 - DISENFECTION

This $18M project included nearly 5000 ft of 96” conveyance piping to disinfect CEPT effluent and connect the new CEPT clarifiers to the Plant Effluent Pump Station. A new Sodium Bisulfite Chemical building was constructed along with chemical feed piping and a mixing structure to dechlorinate the CEPT flow before merging with the main plant outfall.
Client City of Columbus
Location Lockbourne, OH
Square Footage
Project Budget $16.9 Million
COLUMBUS SOUTHERLY CEPT - S88 - CLARIFICATION

Water Resources

COLUMBUS SOUTHERLY CEPT - S88 - CLARIFICATION

This $30M project added Chemically Enhanced Primary Treatment to the Southerly WWTP allowing it to treat an additional 130MGD. The scope of this project included two 180’ diameter clarifiers, 90” conveyance piping, a complex chemical building housing polymer & FeCl chemical systems along with sludge pumps, and a diversion structure built over 2 operating 96” plant influent pipes to divert flow to the CEPT process.
Client City of Columbus
Location Lockbourne, OH
Square Footage
Project Budget $24.6 Million

SAFETY

SAFELY, THE ONLY WAY TO WORK

Safety is the most important value in our company. It impacts everything we do and is the first consideration when we plan our work. Our motto says it all: Safely, the only way to work. Our entire team is passionate about ensuring that everyone onsite works safely and can return home at night.

Our award-winning safety program is designed to provide zero incidents, as well as a safe and healthy work environment for all of our employees, subcontractors and the general public. Our goal on every job is to ensure that all work is completed safely with appropriate tools, equipment and methods. This goal takes priority over project scheduling concerns.

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