OAKLAND ZOO CONSTRUCTION
The bison viewing area of the new California Trail exhibit at the Oakland Zoo. Slated to open in 2018.
Cody Builders fabricated the circular canopy with the eagle flying above it.
MTA-RENEWAL OF THE BUHRE AVE
Cody furnished complete structural steel and miscellaneous metals including Stairs, canopy framing, stainless steel guardrails and handrails, Temporary Track support structural steel supports, Cast aluminum stair treads and risers, Fiberglass platform grating, and artwork support framing.
UNION SQUARE GALLERY
Cody supplied over 150 Truckloads of fabricated steel permanent struts and wales for support of excavation for the Union Square Market Street subway station in San Fransisco, CA. We also provided the complete structural steel framing for the job including elevator towers at the UMS garage and station, stair framing, and planter framing. Cody's scope of work included the design of massive support members to handle over 1,000 kips of force at the lower levels (1 million pounds).
BATTLE CREEK SALMON AND STEELHEAD RESTORATION
Date Completed: 2011| Location: Manton, CA | Type: Fish Screens & Ladders
Cody Worked closely with the GC and designers on this unique and intricate system of tuning baffles, fish ladders, stairs, and mechanical equipment supports. The special tuning baffles required thousands of inches of welds on stainless steel vanes each of which had to fit the precise tolerances specified by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. The accuracy of workmanship was key as on certain of the job sites, the material could only be flown in by helicopter due to lack of access to the site.
SOUTH BAY INTERNATIONAL WWTP
Date Completed: Summer 2010| Location: San Diego, CA | Type: Wastewater treatment plant
Cody fabricated $3 million worth of miscellaneous and structural metals for this project. It included SS tube support columns for Redwood baffle walls in the aeration tanks with calculations and design by Cody. The baffle supports fit together perfectly and was able to be rapidly installed.
WARDS ISLAND BRONX AND MANHATTAN GRIT CHAMBERS
Location: New York, NY | Size: $75,000,000 | Year Completed: 2013 | Owner: NYC Dept of Environmental Protection | General Contractor: John P. Picone | Sub Contract Value: $2,406,000
Subcontract Scope / Description of Work:
Railing to match existing, structural retrofit members, as well as new rails, ladders, check plate, bollards, etc. Cody completed over $2.4 million worth of work on the long-haul project for NYCDEP-- Wards Island Contract 78G. This consisted of the Bronx Grit Chamber and Manhattan Grit chamber job sites. The railing had to be custom-designed to match existing railing from the 1930's--many of which had components which are no longer manufactured and had to be matched from samples taken from the existing. Starting in 2003 and finally completing our work in 2013, Cody persisted through thick and thin to bring this project off to stellar completion. Cody project managers worked closely with architects and engineers to overcome each obstacle which presented itself. Click here for John P. Picone's brochure for this completed project.
SACRAMENTO RIVER PUMP STATION, CA
Completion: 2006| Location: Natomas, CA | Type: Wastewater pumping station
Cody Delivered over $3 million worth of metals products for these pumping stations from a labyrinth of aluminum platforms and stairs to the structural iron building frames to the complex stainless steel platforms and covers in the wet wells.
COWLITZ SALMON HATCHERY REMODEL
Salkum, WA| Size: $27,559,000| Year Completed: 2010| Owner: City of Tacoma Department of Public Utilities | General Contractor: James W. Fowler | Sub Contract Value: $2,484,000
Subcontract Scope / Description of Work:
Fabrication and supply of stainless steel and aluminum fish screens and guides, galvanized walkways and aluminum handrails as well as a bird netting system complete with structural support tees, cables, pulleys, and counterweights.
The Cowltiz Salmon Hatchery was the 2nd largest hatchery in the world at the time it was originally built.
SOUTH SACRAMENTO CORRIDOR PHASE II
Year Completed: 2015 | Owner: Sacramento Regional Transit District | General Contractor: Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc. | Sub Contract Value: $1,070,000
Subcontract Scope / Description of Work: Steel framing, handrails and complex architecturally exposed station canopies with integrated services.