Soltek on its way to Platinum LEED Certification
Soltek Pacific Construction Company is projected to achieve a Platinum Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certificate for New Construction from the U.S. Green Building Council for P167 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ) project. This new design-build project includes a 28 unit BEQ with a common building at the Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Barstow. It’s comprised of six buildings containing 28 2+0 configured sleeping units that share a common form that form a courtyard configuration. This nationally recognized certification distinguishes Soltek’s P167 BEQ project as meeting the highest green building and performance measures and symbolizes that the project was environmentally responsible.
The project was lead by William Naylor, Design-Build Program Manager; Eric Miller Design Manager; Raymond Hamelin, Superintendent, Christopher Bullock, Quality Control Manager: Sean McHugh, Project Engineer; and Clayton Mahin, Safety Manager. Soltek’s field operations personnel performed all site concrete, wall backfill, precast concrete installation, rough carpentry, door and hardware installation, firestopping, caulking and waterproofing.