MCAS Miramar – Photovoltaic Lights, San Diego, CA
SCOPE OF WORK
P-985 was a design-build solar lighting project at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. It included replacement of existing and installation of new parking lot and walkway lights around hangars 3 & 4 and the BEQs 5100, 5200, 5300, 5400, 5500, 5600, and 5700 areas.
Dynalectric performed preliminary lighting studies on the base to identify the areas that required more lighting. Preliminary design drawings were created based on these findings to clearly delineate between the new, relocated and existing light locations. Dynalectric secured fixtures which exactly matched those previously installed at the base. By providing the same fixtures, the government realizes an additional savings by not having to stock different lighting parts and/or train personnel on different fixtures.
Provided solar powered lights which eliminated the need for electrical conduit and wire to each of the new pole lights. Dynalectric also provided batteries for up to five days of temporary lighting without the need to recharge the solar panels.
This project was completed as part of the NAVFAC Southwest Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC).
Due to the fact that the BEQ’s were occupied, only small area could be worked on at any one time. This resulted in a highly detailed phased installation schedule with the client as well as the residents of the BEQ.