ZS Solutions

Projects

Criminal Justice Facility

Project Team

ZS

Owner

Milwaukee County

Location

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Area

11 Stories

Completion Date

2015

The Criminal Justice Facility building is an 11 story structure built in 1992.  The building’s exterior walls are clad with cut lime stone at floors 1 through 3 and matching precast concrete panels at floors 4 through 11.  The exterior walls’ windows consist of an aluminum curtain wall system at floors 1 through 3 and a steel framed security window system at floors 4 through 11.

The exterior walls of the building showed signs of distress including cracked/spalled cut limestone units, cracked/spalled precast units, deteriorated mortar joints, and deteriorated sealant joints at all elevations.

The design and construction administration duties of the project included:

  • Performed a thorough condition survey of the building’s exterior façade.
  • Developed remedial repair recommendations and probable construction costs to correct the existing deficiencies.
  • Prepared detailed repair bidding documents for the selected repairs.
  • Repairs including 100% sealant replacement, precast concrete panel repairs, rehabilitation to steel surfaces, and rehabilitation to sidewalks.
  • Provided owner assistance services in issuing the project for bid in accordance with owner bidding procedures and requirements.
  • Construction observation and administration services throughout the project was planned.

The Criminal Justice Facility building is an 11 story structure built in 1992.  The building’s exterior walls are clad with cut lime stone at floors 1 through 3 and matching precast concrete panels at floors 4 through 11.  The exterior walls’ windows consist of an aluminum curtain wall system at floors 1 through 3 and a steel framed security window system at floors 4 through 11.

The exterior walls of the building showed signs of distress including cracked/spalled cut limestone units, cracked/spalled precast units, deteriorated mortar joints, and deteriorated sealant joints at all elevations.

The design and construction administration duties of the project included:

  • Performed a thorough condition survey of the building’s exterior façade.
  • Developed remedial repair recommendations and probable construction costs to correct the existing deficiencies.
  • Prepared detailed repair bidding documents for the selected repairs.
  • Repairs including 100% sealant replacement, precast concrete panel repairs, rehabilitation to steel surfaces, and rehabilitation to sidewalks.
  • Provided owner assistance services in issuing the project for bid in accordance with owner bidding procedures and requirements.
  • Construction observation and administration services throughout the project was planned.