Presidential Suite Renovations
Midlands Technical College
Mika Contracting renovated the Presidential Suite at Midlands Technical College by relocating an existing door and installing a new door in the same office. The customer also requested the design and installation of a new picture rail system. The work included demolition & installation of sheet rock, doors & frames, minor electrical work, painting, and wood trim. The work was completed quietly and around the schedule designated by the College.
Macro Artifact Shelters
US Army Basic Combat Training Museum
Mika Contracting used an all-steel, modular, bolt-together, pre-fabricated construction, tin roofed shelter reminiscent to the aesthetic style of circa-1940’s Fort Jackson barracks buildings. Each shelter was erected to protect the macro-artifacts and picnic tables from environmental conditions of heat, cold, sun, rain, lightning, etc.,
Mika constructed three separate, freestanding shelters, on the southeast side of the Basic Combat Training Museum. During this project it was imperative to the government that Mika work while allowing museum guests availability and safe passage during construction. Safety was also a number one priority and both goals were accomplished.
State Library Room 208 Renovations
South Carolina State Library
Mika Contracting furnished all materials, labor and equipment to renovate Room 208 at the South Carolina State Library. The work included demolition & installation of sheet rock, ceiling replacement, doors & frames, painting, and wood trim. The work was completed quietly and around the schedule designated by the Library.
Cayce / W. Columbia Primary Care Center
Eau Claire Cooperative Health
Mika Contracting provided all labor and equipment to complete the concrete building foundations and slab for the building.
WRP Restoration, Greg Stone WRP Site
Federal Construction Contract, USDA NRCS
This project consisted of constructing two road crossings and one ditch plug; other work included clearing and grubbing then grading and shaping an access road with waterbars. The roadbed for the road crossings were excavated to natural ground elevation. The bottom and sideslopes of the crossings were covered with geotextile, and 6 inches of rockfill. All areas disturbed during construction were seeded.