VA Pan Am Building Renovation

The Pan American Building Renovations project involves the renovation of an existing office
building built for the Pan-American Life Insurance Company in 1951. The building is on the
national register of Historic Buildings.

The existing building is a six story concrete and steel structure. The building was
severely damaged during Hurricane Katrina. The renovation design intends to respect
the historic nature of the building in New Orleans, Louisiana; and bring the building more
in line with current building code requirements for new structures.

TKTMJ, Inc., a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOSB), is contracted to carry out the sitework, sewer and landscaping for this project. The scope of work includes installation and maintenance of all erosion and sediment controls for areas described on Plans and per the approved Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.

TKTMJ, Inc. is responsible for all dewatering,  site  fill,  excavation,  grading, backfill  and  compaction on the jobsite. We are to install all site utilities inclusive of water, storm water, and sanitary sewer systems as well as the installation of a perforated  drain  pipe system, including  excavation,  aggregate, geo-textile fabric, backfill and compaction.

Work is to begin in June 2012 and end in October 2012.