Alcoa/Arconic Tech Center

project at a glance

Alcoa Corporation recently split into two companies – Alcoa to handle the aluminum commodity business and Arconic to handle the manufacturing operations. As a result of this separation, Alcoa made a number of physical changes and updates to it’s Tech Center -- and it did so on a fast-track schedule of only four months, within an occupied building.

The first part of the project was a multi-floor renovation of 130,000 square feet, including demolition and subsequent build-back of IT offices, conference rooms, restrooms and cafés as well as changes to key HVAC and plumbing systems, utility infrastructure, electrical and data systems, and the curtainwall and storefront entrance.

The second part of the project included relocating process equipment to other buildings on the Alcoa campus. This included determining what was to be moved and to where, documenting the original installation, equipment disconnect, preparation for transport, transportation and final reinstallation of the equipment.

Turner's scope also included was foundation concrete work for process equipment, as well as demolition of process support steel, duct banks and abandoned process piping. 

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