Ardmore was the Owner’s Representative for the $16 million Capital Improvement Program, provided for under Senate Bill 83, for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County. The work scope included the replacement and renovation of:
- Replacement of 43 District building roofs
- Rehabilitation of 75 picnic shelters
- Design and construction of 17 new picnic shelters
- Repaving of 32 parking lots / Design and construction of four new parking lots with ADA Ramps
- Design and Construction of new water lines to 8 comfort stations
- Renovation of two 10 km multi-purpose, unpaved
- Design and construction of 1 (One) ¼ acre fish pond for raising fish used for stocking purposes.
Ardmore performed site inspections to develop the scope of work, prepared construction documents and submitted permits (Cook County, City of Chicago, USEPA, IEPA Soils Erosion, Archeological, COE wetland). All work was in compliance with the Cook County Environmental Ordinance of 1997. We provided all construction management services, including: shop drawing review, daily on site field observation, review of invoices and change orders. Ardmore made recommendations on design and constructability, maintained construction budget and projected construction completion cost, quality control, conducted construction meetings, from project start to close out.