Valiant was the prime contractor for the partial renovation of the existing Radiation Oncology and also provided architectural and engineering. Work included removal/reinstallation of specialty systems such as nurse call, air/oxygen/vacuum (A-O-V) and lead wall shielding from CT equipment. There was necessary removal of existing structures, construction debris and associated accessories including wall/concrete finish, outdated equipment, frail pipes, faded conduits, bad electrical wiring/circuits/feeders, lighting, disconnects and controls. Valiant also provided the balancing, re-commissioning and certifying of the HVAC systems.
All utility shutdowns were given a one-week notification to the COR and no work was started without VA inspectors on site with the Valiant Team during shutdown or spraying of odorous adhesions, etc. All shutdowns were scheduled around hospital operations and were completed on nights or weekends. Temporary back-up systems including electrical and mechanical (Emergency Generators for radiator temporary removal or Critical Exhaust or Air Handling Systems) were provided for prolonged utility shutdowns; no exceptions were permitted without COR approval.