WESTON has over 40 years of experience helping facility managers and owners keep their infrastructure and property in sound condition. Changing and expanding needs for space, upgraded building codes, the need for increased security, accessibility issues, and increased efficiency all drive the need to upgrade and renovate.
Often, renovation of older facilities also involves asbestos and lead paint abatements. With a sound history of environmental remediation as well as traditional construction and hands-on project management experience, WESTON is ideally suited to providing an integrated, cost-efficient, and complete solution for your renovations needs.
WESTON’s has helped renovate and restore assets ranging from electrical systems at airfields to power plants to office buildings, incorporating sustainable solutions throughout the project.
WESTON preserved and modernized a historically significant World War II-era chapel while remediating hazardous materials. Restoring its original exterior appearance, WESTON also modernized the 3,400-square-foot facility and significantly improved energy efficiency.
The largest medical facility in the U.S. Air Force was originally built in 1942, with additional wings and floors added overtime. WESTON performed significant upgrades to make the space and systems more suitable for modern needs, including asbestos and lead-paint abatement, flooring replacement, utilities replacement, sewer line repairs, and overall facility renovation.