Wolfe Brothers, Inc.
1288 NW SAW MILL RD
MOUNTAIN HOME, ID 83647
Project Manager: John Cristobal
Performance of Work: The Hammermill Project consisted of four distinct components.
The Hammermill Boiler Room Addition: A 18’x30′ Pre-engineered Steel single slope addition to an existing building. The boiler room has 14′-6″ Eaves on the low side and a 1/12″ roof pitch. A new foundation and floor was constructed to support this building. This building also included 1 – new 3Øx7Ø door between the existing building and the new boiler room for access, 1 – new 10’x12′ insulated overhead door, new insulation with WMP-50 Vapor Barrier, and new gutter and downspouts to handle rain and snow run off. Typically C-2 would sub-contract and manage the electrical and mechanical portions of a project. However Wolfe Brothers, Inc. sub-contracted these portions of the work and we worked with the sub-contractors they provided.
The Hammermill Building: A 50’x70′ Pre-engineered Steel symetrical building with 32′ Eaves designed to cover the hammermill cyclone equipment. This structure was placed between two existing buildings attached to one building with a 2′ offset from the other builidng. In the southeast end wall with the 2′ offset a breezway was constructed between the two buildings located at the overhead door. A roof structure was also constructed over the breezeway to prevent interior leaks. A new foundation and floor was constructed to support this building. This building also included 1 – new 3Øx7Ø exterior door out the back of the new building, 2 – new 16’x16′ overhead doors, and new gutter and downspouts to handle rain and snow run off.
The Hammermill Hay Shed Building: A 100’x167′ Pre-engineered Steel symetrical canopy building with 24′ Eaves designed to cover the hay storage area that feeds the hammermill equipment at the mill. This structure was placed on the south east side of the mill (please refer to attached images). New structural piers were constructed to support this building. The Hammermill Hay Shed has new gutter an downspouts on each side to handle rain and snow run off.
Extensive Civil and Grading: The site the sawmill was located on was so antiquated that some of the site utilities had to be ugraded. C-2 Construction worked with Hardrock Excavating to install new fire hydrants, water lines, and a storm drainage system. The site was graded extensively to prevent problems with the rain and snow run off during he winter months. There was also a new truck scale installed with supported subgrade and grading and concrete approach.