One of our successful safety incentive programs is “You’ve Been Caught in The Act”. This program promotes a safe job site environment by providing all site personnel an opportunity to win awards “on-the-spot” if they are observed going above and beyond the normal safety requirements. All winners are awarded a $25.00 gift certificate to a local retailer or restaurant.
RUSH served as Construction Manager for Infinite Imaging’s New MRI Suite, becoming involved mid-way through construction to oversee performance of the contract…
Project consisted of removal and replacement of the complete horizontal fall restraint cable system for the Operational and Checkout (O&C) facility at the Kennedy Space Center. The newly installed horizontal lifeline system is a fully engineered fall restraint system that complies with all ANSI requirement. Two systems are being replaced in the high bay area…
Installation of roof fall protection systems on 5 metal roof systems at Kennedy Space Center.
RUSH Construction, Inc. was the General Contractor for the renovation of the Exploration Space project at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex which consisted of a complete interior demolition of approximately 10,000 square feet of an existing exhibit building.
Fire Station No. 2 was a Design/Build 20,000 sf fire station. Facility includes drive-thru bays for emergency vehicles, sleeping quarters for emergency personnel, and dining facilities.
Replaced four transformers and relocated one transformer at various facilities at the Kennedy Space Center.
The Mid-Course Radar Facility was built to support the installation of a new Radar system utilized in the tracking of launch vehicles. The Console, Power, Transmitter and Communications buildings were constructed in Phase II to support the operation of the new system.
RUSH was awarded the contract for a new 5,000 square foot Pass & ID Facility in early 2007. The purpose of this was to consolidate the existing Pass & ID Facility with the Visitor Records Center from NASA KSC Headquarters into one facility.
Located less than a mile from the beach, this facility is elevated almost 10′ on 100+ concrete piles driven over 30′ into the ground and is surrounded by a 4′ thick and 4′ tall solid concrete barrier.