Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, General Motors announced a partnership with Ventec Life Systems to assist in increasing production of ventilators at GM’s Components Holdings Kokomo, Indiana location.
CCC mobilized our construction team during the pandemic to renovate over 100,000 square feet of facilities spread across three floors.
Construction of these clean room environments involved demolition of the existing areas flooring, walls, ceilings, HVAC and electrical systems. New construction included plank flooring, walls, new process piping, new ductwork and diff users, new ceiling grid, new electrical infrastructure including +1,000 CAT5 poles, installation of +600 tables and steel hitching posts.
CCC self-performed all concrete, selective demolition, interior trades, millwright/ rigging and equipment installation. CCC managed subcontractors for mechanical, electrical, fire protection, painting, signage and flooring. The work was completed with evolving safety procedures and protocols to safely work amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the many safety procedures used were daily temperature checks, use of N95 masks and social distancing. The work was completed with zero recordable injuries.