Additional Projects for Lockheed Martin Corporation
New Facility, Tenant Improvement and Renovations, Louisville and Littleton, Colo.
Over the last 10 years Fransen Pittman has completed 14 unique construction projects on multiple Front Range facilities for Lockheed Martin. These projects range in size and scope from small renovations to large new facilities and encompass cleanrooms, rocket simulator facilities and coherent laser labs. Some of the more recent projects include:
• CTC2 Facility Expansion, Phase I. Lockheed Martin purchased an unfinished warehouse facility for office and testing operations. The Phase I, 28,232 sq ft remodel created offices, cubical space, restrooms, conference rooms, a shipping/receiving area, a lobby, and showers and locker rooms. The project involved installation of new HVAC, fire suppression, climate control and electrical systems.
• CTC2 Facility Expansion, Phase II. Phase II of the project was a 22,897 sq ft remodel of the remainder of the warehouse space. The team constructed two Class 10,000 clean rooms with process cooling systems. The adjoining research and development, parts cleaning and gown rooms were constructed at nearly clean-room standards.
• 5th Floor Remodel, Aeronautics Facility; Core and Shell Remodel of 2nd Floor, Astronautics Facility. These remodel projects encompassed interior remodel and construction of new data center rooms. New mechanical and electrical systems, CRAC units, UPS, climate control and fire suppression systems were also part of the projects.
Given the proprietary nature of Lockheed Martin operations, photographs of the CTC2, Aeronautics and Astronautics facilities are not available. The photographs shown are courtesy of Lockheed Martin Corporation.