Specialty Subcontractor

The following are recent projects we worked on associated with the specialty subcontractor sector. To see other industries, please click the navigation to the right. For more information, please click here!

Kansas Leadership Center
Location | Wichita, Kansas
Owner | Kansas Health Foundation
Architect | Opus Design Build, LLC
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Working as a subcontractor for Opus Design Build, Eby Construction was contracted to perform all of the rough and finish carpentry scopes for the new Kansas Leadership Center. This new facility was a three-story pre-cast and steel structure and approximately 38,000 sf. The facility included classrooms, offices, an auditorium, a full service kitchen and a grand staircase which could function as a mini auditorium for groups of children. The millwork throughout the facility was the highlight of the architectural finishes. It included a rich walnut wainscot which adorned the new auditorium as well as walnut paneling and stone veneer to accent the lobby. The level of detail in the walnut trim around the grand staircase showed a unique level of craftsmanship not seen in many facilities today. Since this was a LEED project, all the finished millwork was FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified material.

Via Christi East Harry Renovations
Location | Wichita, Kansas
Owner | Via Christi Health
Architect | Howard + Helmer Architects, P.A.
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The East Harry Renovation project was the first of a master plan of renovations and covered more than 36,000 sf in the lower level and first floor of Via Christi St. Joseph Hospital. The renovation areas included departments such as PACU, ACU, surgery waiting, doctor's lounge, lab services, endoscopy and volunteer services. For this project, J.E. Dunn was the contract manager and Eby worked as a specialty subcontractor responsible for demolition, concrete structural steel modifications, fire-safing, rough carpentry and finish carpentry. The finish carpentry scope consisted of installing casework, doors/hardware and specialties such as wall protection, restroom accessories, lockers, visual display boards and cubical curtains. Over the course of this year and half long project, Eby logged more than 16,000 hours with no accidents.