Nordstrom Contracting & Consulting Corp

Current and Completed Projects

Replace HW Heaters – Castle Point NY VAMC VA620-19-122
$1,194,500- Contract Signed July 7, 2021 – Completion Date December 2021
This project involves the replacement of the Hot Water Services to three buildings on campus and is expected to be completed this year.

Replace Nurse Call Stations – Lyons NJ VAMC Project 561A4-15-104
$974,000– 95% complete as of 02/15/2022
This project involves the replacement of the existing Nurse Call systems in 7 areas within 3 separate buildings at the Lyons VA campus. Work includes updating new nurses stations, master stations, pull stations, bed pillow speakers, real-time monitoring, and event history storage.

SPS Relocation – Castle Point NY VAMC VA620A4-17-111
$5,940,421 – NTP August 2018 – Projected Completed June 2021 ***
This project involves the gut renovation of a 3,000 SF area in Hospital Building 18D and construction of spaces to accommodate the installation of $1.5M of laboratory sterilizers, cart washers, and related equipment and equipment and services, including compressed air pure water, vacuum, and steam. In addition, electrical work included the replacement of existing electrical switchgear servicing the entire building. ***While the contract allowed 2,000 days to complete, except for COVID-related delays, the project would have been completed almost a year ahead of schedule, despite significant design changes to the MEP systems. Construction required compliance with the Veteran Administration's "Sterile Processing" design, including isolated clean rooms for decontaminating surgical instruments and endoscopy scopes.

Campus Water Service Correction– Castle Point NY VAMC VA620A4-17-120
$952,000 – NTP August 2019 – Projected Completed June 2021***
This project involves removing and capping domestic water "dead leg" piping and valves throughout the VA campus, including 26 floors in 12 buildings. Work includes abatements, demolition, pipe insulation, and shutdowns of building water supplies. Several buildings must be done after-hours due to access to patient care. *** the project's original completion date was August 2020. However, COVID-19 Suspended work for over 9 months.

Replace Steps and Railings – Lyons NJ VAMC Project 561A4-15-104
$2,099,850 – NTP September 13, 2018 – Completed February 2021
This project involves the removal of existing stairs, railings, walkways, platforms, and ramps at thirteen buildings and site areas. Work includes demolition, excavation, concrete, masonry, paving, ornamental railings, carpentry, and site lighting. Scope Changes, weather factors, and COVID-related delays extended the project's completion date.

Replace Porches and Roofs, Woodwork - Lyons NJ VAMC Project 561A4-15-
104 $1,656,581 – NTP March 28, 2019 – Completed March 2021
This project involves the removal and replacement of existing entrance stairs, ornate woodwork, ornamental railings at the ends of buildings 10 & 11, as well as the building roofing. Work includes demolition, excavation, concrete, masonry, paving, ornamental railings, carpentry, and site lighting. Scope Changes and weather factors have extended the project's completion date.

Fiber Optic Installation at Montrose, NY VAMC – VA243-13-D-0159
$593,775 - NTP September 24, 2018 – Project Completed March 2019
This project involves the gut renovation of 46 bathrooms at the VA's Lyon Health Care center to bring them up to current ADA standards. Construction involves abatement, demolition of walls, finishes, MEP, and replacement with new construction, MEP, and finishes. ***Work was substantially completed by the required completion date of December 26, 2017. However, added scope changes extended the completion date by a few months.

ADA Bathroom Upgrades - Montrose, NY VAMC VA243-16-J-1136
$1,594,715 – NTP March 3, 2016 – Completion Date March 5, 2020***
This project involves the gut renovation of 26 bathrooms at the VA's Montrose New York medical center to bring them to current ADA standards. Construction involves abatement, demolition of walls, finishes, MEP, and replacement with new construction, MEP, and finishes. The original completion date was September 2017 – however, the VA was unable to release the bathrooms as intended and thus delayed the turn-over of these bathrooms for long periods. In contrast, Nordstrom Contracting completed the gut renovation of 47 bathrooms at the VA's Lyons, New Jersey campus in just over one year.

Building 1 Plumbing Lyons NJ Contract # VA243-13-D-0159
$3,381,836.50 – NTP April 20, 2017 – Completion Date March 31, 2018***
This project involves the gut renovation of 46 bathrooms at the VA's Lyon Health Care center to bring them up to current ADA standards. Construction involves abatement, demolition of walls, finishes, and MEP and replacement with new construction, MEP, walls, and finishes.
***Work was substantially completed by the required completion date of December 26, 2017.
However, added scope changes extended the completion date by a few months.

Note: See VA Assessment Performance Evaluations, appended hereto.

Columbus Citizens Foundation, Inc – 8 East 69th Street, New York, NY
$1,750,000 (Aggregate) March 2005 – 2015
This 1893 Landmarked Townhouse, at 8 East 69th Street, once housed the Swedish Consulate. Over ten years, NCC was entrusted to complete numerous projects, including restoring the "Taverna" dining areas, selecting kitchen equipment, and upgrading the building's electrical and mechanical, and temperature control systems.
NCC designed and built a 1,500 SF members lounge, complete with custom mahogany paneled walls, ceilings, and bar area, as well as a business suite. NCC provided turn-key services for the entire process, from retaining the architectural, mechanical, and electrical engineering firms, to performing selective mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work, specialty work, selective demolition, general construction, and custom finishes. NCC also replaced a roof-mounted 50-ton Cooling Tower and the building's steam heating and domestic water plant with a State-of-the-Art, high-efficiency gas-fired system. In recognition of the excellence of its performance, NCC received the coveted bust of Columbus Bronze award.

Note: See CCF Chairman letter of August 31, 2012, appended hereto.

Open-End IDIQ- Construction Contract- $4 Million (Aggregate)
Contract #VA243-C-0706 - August 2008-2012
Department of Veterans Affairs, Castle Point and Montrose VA Medical Centers Contract # VA243-C0706. NCC's contract requires it to provide a full range of quasi design-related and construction services based on schematic plans and work scopes supplied by VA representatives. Completed projects have included HVAC, electrical, plumbing, sprinkler, specialty systems, general construction, and site work. To date, NCC completed over $1 million in separate task orders under this contract. A listing of the same will be provided upon request.

Open end- Time and Material Contract- Northern Westchester and Putnam
County BOCES School System Contract #1314-22 - August 2013-2016
NCC is responsible for designing, estimating, and constructing the individual projects under this contract. Examples of completed projects include a complete redesign of classroom layouts, including the gut and rebuild, removing non-ADA compliant doors and installing new ADA compliant ones, rebuilding porch structures, rebuilding roofs, etc. NCC's projects include The Walden School, BOCES Tech Center, Fox Meadow Middle/High School, Pinesbridge, and Madden Outdoor Education Center.

Open-end - Time and Material Contract- Southern Westchester BOCES
School System Contract #2013-14-39 -April 2014 – 2017
Almost identical to the Northern BOCES Contract, NCC is responsible for designing, estimating, and constructing the individual projects under this contract. Over $200k in projects have been completed at numerous locations since NCC awarded the contract. Examples of completed projects include designing to convert classrooms to offices, completing gut and rebuild bathrooms, replacing ceiling systems, etc. Schools include Tappan Hill Elementary, Rye Lake Campus, Career Services Valhalla Campus, and Lower Hudson Regional Center.

Note: See BOCES Dir. of Facilities letter of January 2020, appended hereto.

Open-End MATOC- Construction Contract- $7 Million (yearly aggregate)
Contract # VA243-13-D-0159 September 2013- 2019
Department of Veterans Affairs, All VA Centers in Tri-State Area
This contract is an indefinite-delivery sole source construction contract with a maximum single project size of $5million and a $7million yearly aggregate maximum. Since being awarded this contract, NCC has completed over $7 million in projects throughout New York and New Jersey. All of these projects have been completed (or are ongoing) without any claims and have been completed on time and within budget. Upon request, a complete listing of completed projects under this contract can be furnished.

Emergency Repairs to Mason Facades a Buildings 1 and 4 - $1,072,275.00
Montrose, NY VAMC Contract # VA243-13-D-0159 – 3/30/14 – 12/29/15
This project involved the replacement of exterior masonry and limestone façade, cornice, and parapet walls at occupied buildings with matching brick, mortar and limestone cornices and related, as well as new roofing and flashings.

Building 15E Laboratory HVAC Upgrade- $1,992,756- Castle Point VA
Medical Center Contract # 620A4-11-12 - 4/15/15 – 1/15/16
This project called for the complete removal and replacement of the HVAC system servicing an entire wing of Castle Point VA Medical Center. The project involved setting up a temporary system to allow for the removal and installation of the permanent system.
Correct CAP Deficiencies- Histology Laboratory- $394,500- Castle Point VA
Medical Center Contract # 620A4-10-238 – 6/3/2014- 11/16/2015
This project involved the complete gut and renovation in transforming the Hospitals Morgue into a state-of-the-art Histology Laboratory. NCC removed and installed new electrical and HVAC systems in the area, new floors, walls, ceilings, and finishes all with its forces.

Repair Basement Flooring- $290,300- East Orange- NJ VA Medical Center
Contract # 561A4-13-105 - 9/25/2014-3/30/2015
This project was in the main corridor and adjacent to the emergency room of the VA hospital. Infection/ dust control and cleanliness were paramount. The project called for the removal of roughly 10,000 sf of vinyl flooring, then cutting into a pipe chase under the ground floor concrete slab to abate asbestos and remove a steam pipe that was no longer in service. We then had to close up the chase, re-pour the slab, apply self-living to the entire 10,000 SF area, and finally re-tile, with intricate details.

Emergency Masonry Repairs- $1,072,275- Montrose VA Medical Center
Contract # 620-13-229 -Work completed 2/24/2014- Current
This is involved repairing 100's locations throughout the facility of damaged and failing brick and or cornice. It also involved asbestos abatement, the removal and replacement of 150 LF of intricate limestone crown molding and cornice, brick parapet and coping, as well as the replacement of two roofs. Nordstrom provides the VA with a 10-year warranty on the roofing system using its "Peak Performance" Certified John Manville certification.

Renovations to Buildings 13 & 14- Patriot Store, and Computer Lab-
$593,000- Montrose VA Medical Center Contract # 620-12-212- 9/7/2012-3/28/2012
This project involved the complete gut and renovation of roughly 20,000 SF of mixed-use space to turn into a Veterans "Patriot Store" and a Computer Lab for unemployed veterans. The job called for asbestos and lead abatement. With its forces, NCC installed entirely new electrical, low voltage, and HVAC systems, including re-designing a flawed AC system into an energy-efficient split unit system. As well as new floors, walls, ceilings, doors, and finish work.

Security Upgrades Buildings 28 & 52- $252,830- Montrose VA Medical Center
Contract # 620-12-213 - 10/22/2009 -3/10/2014 ***
This project called for the installation of 46 Panasonic fixed and PTZ security cameras throughout the interior and exterior of the VA's inpatient rehabilitation centers. NCC was responsible for designing and installing a system that would integrate with their existing software and expand their recording capabilities. The project involved over 5,000 LF of low voltage cabling and some electrical upgrades to accommodate the new equipment.
NCC is also responsible for servicing this equipment. ***

Castle Point Security Upgrade- $222,121- Castle Point VA Medical Center
Contract # 620A4-12-203 - 7/31/2012 -3/8/2014 ***
This project called for installing 32 fixed and PTZ security cameras, access card readers, panic devices, and upgrades to the existing video recording capabilities. NCC also had to upgrade and patch the facilities existing Panasonic video surveillance software and their LENEL card access control system to accept the new hardware. NCC is responsible for servicing this facility's equipment.

Install Cameras and Card Swipes- $447,447- Montrose VA Medical Center
Contract # 620-11-242 - 8/28/2012 -3/10/2014 ***
A similar security project to the scope of the Castle Point Project, just larger, this project called for the installation of 93 fixed and PTZ security cameras, access card readers, panic devices, and upgrades to the existing video recording capabilities. NCC also had to upgrade and patch the facilities existing Panasonic video surveillance software and their LENEL card access control system to accept the new hardware. NCC is responsible for servicing this facility's equipment.

*** These projects were performed concurrently. See VA Contracting Letter of Performance.
Homeless Veterans Outpatient Clinic- $411,000- Montrose VA Medical
Center Contract # 620-11-24 - 10/1/2012 -5/2/2013
This project involved abating and completing gut and renovation of a 10,000 SF wing of an existing VA Hospital. The space was converted from a veteran's job training space to a state-of-the-art outpatient clinic. NCC installed completely new electrical, low voltage, HVAC systems, new floors, walls, ceilings, doors, cabinetry, and finish work with its forces.

Front Gate- Traffic Arm & Cameras- $214,683- Montrose VA Medical Center
Contract # 620-10-259 - 10/22/2009 -5/15/2013
NCC was contracted to design and install a state-of-the-art traffic entrance and security system at the front entrance of the federal facility. NCC installed a license plate reader, a front gate arm entrance system, and security cameras. Part of the scope involved some general conditions work, installing new sidewalks and concrete walkways to accommodate the latest equipment, and adding new electrical feeds for all the equipment. NCC was also responsible for maintaining this security equipment.

Replace 111 Fan Coil Units – Size: $675,000- Castle Point VA Medical Center
Contract # VA 243-10-RA-0197 - 10/3/2010-5/23/2013
A Recovery Act funded project. This project included installing and integrating the DDC control system and installing 111 new fan coil units. NCC was also responsible for identifying and replacing isolation valves, furnishing all controls, and providing design schematics, drawings, cut sheets, and specifications.

Renovate Elevators BLDG 9 & 16– Size: $285,000- Castle Point VA Medical
Center Contract # 620A4-09-106 - 8/14/2012-1/28/2014
This project involved completely renovating and modernizing the elevator cabs in two separate buildings at the Medical Center. NCC Teamed with Thyssen Krupp to resurface the elevator panels and doors and install new security features such as shunt trips in case of a fire in the facility. With its forces, NCC provided all the electrical work and temporary partitions to protect the surrounding area during construction. As with every job in a hospital, infection and dust control are critical, and again NCC completed the project without any incident of either.

Woman’s Bathroom Modifications- $449,591- Montrose VA Medical Center
Contract # VA620-11-222 - 10/3/2011- 3/31/2012
This project is currently in progress. NCC worked closely with the VA's local in-house design team to assist them in the project's design stages. By aiding them in selecting which types of fixtures, lights, etc. NCC was able to help develop a design that was both eco-efficient and cost-effective. This project consists of the complete gutting and renovation of 3 separate woman's 77733333bathrooms and one men's room, located in various buildings throughout the VA facility.

In addition to the above, NCC has completed millions of dollars in additional private and public projects.