With the very busy atmosphere of the James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Center and the around-the-clock hospital, it was critical that employees and patients could navigate the facility as if construction was not taking place.
(PRWEB) October 12, 2013
Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain, LLC (HPC) is a company that works in many fields of construction, one area they excel in is pavement and roadwork. Paving work can have its challenges due to the affects the weather has on material. With this knowledge, HPC has mastered the skill of getting projects done in a timely matter.
HPC recently completed a $281,100 Correct Roadway and Street Deficiencies project for the James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Medical Center located in Mountain Home, TN. This project consisted of 2" milling and replacement of asphalt on four roadways, replacing the entire pavement structure on sections of Domiciliary Circle, as well as restriping of all crosswalks and more than 220 parking spaces.
“With the very busy atmosphere of the James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Center and the around-the-clock hospital, it was critical that employees and patients could navigate the facility as if construction was not taking place,” said Griffin Hamilton USN Ret. and president of HPC.
To ensure no disruption to the medical center, HPC made it a priority to work swiftly. With more than 127,000 square feet of asphalt milling and paving, HPC worked with the VA and completed the entire project in 5 days.
With a project of this magnitude, they take great pride in this accomplishment. An average company would have taken much more time with much more disruption to the medical facility.
Our veterans deserve the highest level of service and HPC has set that standard for themselves, as a company, to ensure nothing less is provided to them.