Kezlo has completed numerous government contracted projects over the years. Some projects include repairing/designing Veterinary Clinics, renovating warehouses, designing atriums and more.
The scope of this project was to replace the roofing system in buildings A, B, C and D, Install a new Davit Crane and install a new roof access stair ramp.
Building C has a courtyard that was enclosed with a skylight system. This required a new HVAC system, new flooring and walls.
Kezlo provided architectural support to renovate the existing spaces utilized by the 99th Medical Group which are no longer serviceable, reliable, or energy efficient and could compromise medical treatment to its patients.
The purpose of this project was to relocate/swap the Physical Therapy and BioEnvironmental Engineerin Rooms (BEE). BEE Function required all new audi/video capabilities. Additionally, new flooring, repair wall damages, and replaced missing or damaged ceiling tiles in the new space.
Building 707 is a historic, multi-purpose maintenance shop built in 1935 with 45,139 gross square feet. It is in poor condition and needs replacement/repairs in order to be more energy efficient. Kezlo Group was tasked with the repairs and modifications of both the interior and exterior and the responsibility to maintain it's historic state.
The purpose of this project was to provide a new welding shop to accommodate the equipment from the existing welding shop. Reconfigured the existing parking lot to provide a new entrance, removed and replaced exterior windows, demolished interior CMU walls and reframed to create an office, break room, and restrooms.