NAVFAC Hawaii Seabees Build New Ramps for Child Development Center

April 14, 2016 | By donrochon
By CE2 (SCW) Seth Weaver, Public Works Department, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Seabee Division
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PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (Mar. 23, 2016) Personnel from NAVFAC Hawaii Public Works Department Seabee Division and Construction Battalion Mobile Unit 303 worked together from March 21 – 31 to construct two American Disability Act (ADA) compliant ramps for the Wahiawa Child Development Center, Naval Computer Telecommunication Area Master Station Wahiawa, Hawaii. The old ramps were primarily used to exit from the facility during monthly fire drills; where as the new ones will allow the Wahiawa Child and Youth Programs (CYP) to use them more regularly. The project is still on going with minor installation and finish work. Seabees from NAVFAC Hawaii Seabee Division: BU2 Eric Holland, Eric (Project Supervisor) and Seabees from CBMU 303: BU2 William Corrigan, BUCN Alejandra Chavez, and BU2 Roland Palacio. (U.S. Navy photo by CEC (SCW) Rolando Cayetano, NAVFAC Hawaii Public Affairs/Released)
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PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (Mar. 23, 2016) Personnel from NAVFAC Hawaii Public Works Department Seabee Division and Construction Battalion Mobile Unit 303 worked together from March 21 – 31 to construct two American Disability Act (ADA) compliant ramps for the Wahiawa Child Development Center, Naval Computer Telecommunication Area Master Station Wahiawa, Hawaii. The old ramps were primarily used to exit from the facility during monthly fire drills; where as the new ones will allow the Wahiawa Child and Youth Programs (CYP) to use them more regularly. The project is still on going with minor installation and finish work. Seabees from NAVFAC Hawaii Seabee Division: BU2 Eric Holland, Eric (Project Supervisor) and Seabees from CBMU 303: BU2 William Corrigan, BUCN Alejandra Chavez, and BU2 Roland Palacio. (U.S. Navy photo by CEC (SCW) Rolando Cayetano, NAVFAC Hawaii Public Affairs/Released)
VIRIN: 160323-N-OF713-820
Seabees from NAVFAC Hawaii Public Works Department Seabee Division and Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 303 worked together to construct two American Disability Act compliant ramps, March 23. The new ramps will allow personnel to enter and exit the facility more safely. (U.S. Navy photo by CEC (SCW) Rolando Cayetano/160323-N-OF713-820) Seabees from NAVFAC Hawaii Public Works Department Seabee Division and Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 303 worked together to construct two American Disability Act (ADA) compliant ramps for the Wahiawa Child Development Center aboard Naval Computer Telecommunication Area Master Station Wahiawa, Hawaii. The new ramps will allow personnel to enter and exit the facility more safely. This project enables these young Seabees to enhance their basic skills and knowledge for future more complex endeavors, said Chief Construction Electrician (SCW) Rolando Cayetano, NAVFAC Hawaii Seabee division head. The two ADA-compliant ramps will replace older ones that were primarily used to exit the facility during monthly fire drills. The new ramps will allow participants in the Wahiawa Child and Youth Programs to use the ramps on a more regular basis regardless of age, disability or physical limitation, and it provides an added layer of safety for users as well. Construction of the first ramp, a joint effort between Seabees from NAVFAC Hawaii Public Works Department and CBMU 303, was completed in late March.
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PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (April 6, 2016). On April 6, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii's Seabees surveyed and sighted the proper elevation for the second Wahiawa Child Development Center (CDC) American Disability Act (ADA) compliant ramp. This new ramp with will improve accessibility to the facility by anyone regardless of age, disability, or physical limitation. Personnel: Builder 3rd Class Michael Trinh (looking and EACN Molitau Faumuina. (U.S. Navy photo by CE2(SCW) Seth Weaver, NAVFAC Hawaii Public Affairs/Released)
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PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (April 6, 2016). On April 6, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii's Seabees surveyed and sighted the proper elevation for the second Wahiawa Child Development Center (CDC) American Disability Act (ADA) compliant ramp. This new ramp with will improve accessibility to the facility by anyone regardless of age, disability, or physical limitation. Personnel: Builder 3rd Class Michael Trinh (looking and EACN Molitau Faumuina. (U.S. Navy photo by CE2(SCW) Seth Weaver, NAVFAC Hawaii Public Affairs/Released)
VIRIN: 160406-N-OF713-001
BU3 Michael Trinh and EACN Molitau Faumuina Naval Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii Seabees, surveyed and sighted the proper elevation for the second Wahiawa Child Development Center American Disability Act compliant ramp, April 6. The new ramp will improve accessibility to the facility by anyone regardless of age, disability or physical limitation. (U.S. Navy photo by CE2 (SCW) Seth Weaver/160404-N-OF713-001)