TWENTYNINE PALMS, Cal. – P1 Group, Inc. has won a plumbing and HVAC construction project for the new 136,000-square-foot Marine Corps Exchange (MCX) located at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) in Twentynine Palms, Cal. The facility is seeking LEED Silver certification.
P1 Group was awarded this project in June 2010 and expects to complete it by May 2011.
Scope of Work
- Cooling tower
- Multiple AHUs
- More than 14,000 feet of piping
- More than 81,000 pounds of ductwork
Congratulations to the following associates who were integral in securing this work for P1 Group:
- Nick Kasik, Operations Manager
- Chad Mosley, Estimator
- Dax Wood, Project Manager
- John Treviso, Project Superintendent
The Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, located approximately 180 miles southwest of Las Vegas, is the United States Marine Corps’ largest base and the premier training facility in the world for Marine operations.
The Marine Corps Exchange consists of five stores and a gas station, offering clothing, food, gardening, home accessories, electronics, sporting goods, toys, etc. It is operated by Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS), which provides a wide range of services for marines and their families, including retail, food and hospitality, recreation and family services.