Project of the Quarter: PEAK Innovation Center
Scope of Work: Plumbing
Summary: The PEAK Innovation Center is a remodel of an existing building, which was donated to the Fort Smith Public School Board, into a 165,000 square foot education facility. PEAK is designed to train and educate students in the fields of advanced manufacturing, nursing, robotics, machining, technology, and much more. The general contractor was Turn Key Construction Manager’s, and in coordination with them PEAK was completed by March 2022.
PEAK has a compressed air system that services the classrooms for pneumatics, automation, and computer aided CNC machines. PEAK has 2 sets of men’s and women’s bathrooms, and 2 family bathrooms with a total of 29 water closets, 7 urinals, 4 two bank Bradley lavatories, 4 three bank Bradley lavatories, and 3 single lavatories. The facility also has 3 water heaters with 2 recirculation pumps.
PEAK Innovation Center opened its doors to students on March 28th.
Foreman: Clayton Parsley
Journeymen Plumber’s: Corey Post, Dustin Redding, Scott Graham, Juan Lopez
Apprentices: Robert Harrison (1st year), Rick Reeves (2nd Year), Dustin Mays (4th Year) – Not Pictured
Welder’s and Fitters: Errick Ellington, Bob Ryder, David Silkowski – Not Pictured, Paul Brown – Not Pictured
Clayton Parsley (Foreman)