P1 Group wins pipe fabrication project for U.S. Naval Hospital Guam

AGANA, Guam – P1 Group, Inc. has won an international pipe fabrication project for U.S. Naval Hospital in Agana, Guam. P1 will perform detailing and fabrication of chilled water and condenser water systems for the hospital’s central utility plant. 

3D coordination drawings will be prepared and reviewed via webex conferencing with P1 and the customer in San Diego.  P1 Group will receive pumps and pump specialties and package them with the fabrication for a complete mechanical room shipment.  When the customer opens the international freight containers, everything required to construct a 1,350-ton chiller plant will be there including pumps, fabricated piping, hangers, nuts, bolts and gaskets.  Shipping containers will be closed in Lawrence and shipped to port in Los Angeles for the trek across the ocean to the port in Guam via Hawaii.  The transportation company, Asia Pacific Solutions, will truck the containers directly to the jobsite where the customer will offload the materials.

This project was awarded in March 2010 and is expected to be completed by July 2010.

Scope of Work                             

  • Complete package of 3D Coordination, fabrication and installation drawings
  • Complete fabricated and assembled Central Utility plant including Heating Water, Chilled Water and Condenser Water systems with; 350 ft. of 10” pipe, 160 ft. of 12” pipe and 140 ft. of 8” pipe

 Congratulations to the following associates who were integral in securing this work for P1 Group: 

  • Pete McCall, Executive Vice President
  • Glenn Shain, Vice President
  • Mike Mihalchik, Estimator

 Dave Sall, senior project manager, will oversee this project.

U.S. Naval Hospital Guam is the primary medical provider for military members and their families on Guam. It is comprised of the main hospital in Agana Heights, and two branch clinics, medical and dental, on Naval Base Guam.

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