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Milhouse Engineering & Construction, Inc.(Milhouse) has extensive experience in construction management services for transportation, facilities and specialty projects. Our staff is customized to match to the skill sets required for the specific project discipline work and the level of experience required to perform construction work successfully.  They are skilled in a variety of contract management software packages, local codes and standards as well as successful construction practices.

Resident engineering services are provided for all project phases and include bid assistance, document management, geotechnical and waste oversight, focused inspections, non-conformance management, change management, commissioning and contract close out.  Our staff is trained to understand the impact of delays and is authorized to acquire all resources required to ensure a quality project completed on time and on budget.

PULLMAN PARK REDEVELOPMENT PHASE 1A
Milhouse Engineering & Construction, Inc. (Milhouse)  is the Construction Manager for the redevelopment of a 180-acre former steel mill into  a  new  mixed-use  development  that  will  include  a  retail  shopping  center  and  over  1000  residential units.  The $18 Million, 18-acre first phase of the project is for the civil infrastructure work and includes environmental remediation, demolition, new sewer and water service, new storm water detention facilities, installation and relocation of a city street, and traffic signal improvements.  Construction is scheduled to complete in the spring of 2012.

 

 

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)
Milhouse Engineering & Construction, Inc.(Milhouse)  provides design-build services for the electrical infrastructure in a FEMA storage shed on the Colonel P Schulstad Memorial Army Reserve base. Milhouse services includes installation of two manual transfer switches, four ceiling mounted space heaters, power outlets, junction boxes, conduit, and wire for a future connection to a nearby power supply.

Previously, the building was powered by two gas generators in an adjacent tool shed, where power depended on manually plugging in either one of the two generators. A transfer switch was installed to efficiently switch between generators. Four space heaters were installed to provide heat in the shed. Another transfer switch was also installed to switch between backup generator power and a future power supply to be determined in a future project.

 

NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND (NAVFAC)
Milhouse Engineering and Construction Inc. (Milhouse) serves as the general contractor for the miscellaneous architectural repair of Building 19 at the  Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) building in Peoria, Illinois.

Milhouse Engineering and Construction Inc. self-performs and subcontracts out portions of the work.Milhouse receives recognition from NAVFAC for its quality and documentation project scope included Interior and roofing demolition. The scope of work includes lead and asbestos abatement, new viynl tiles and carpeting, replacement of ceiling tile grid and tiles, painting, new doors; new fire hydrant and repair of the lateral watermain.