Project:Phase II renovation of a barracks into a health clinic
Owner: U.S. Army
Scope: To give the Schofield Barracks a second life as a health clinic, the existing floors were leveled and every veranda or terrace was enclosed to create more space.
Originally, the verandas had been sloped to allow for rain drainage. 8,700 sq. ft. of Level-Right¨ PLUS was poured to level out the slope, and to provide a smooth, hard surface throughout the building for finished floor goods.
Since the slope was up to 4" out of level, washed stone was used as pre-fill in the deep areas.