About the Project
Hensel Phelps provided Facility Management services to Kodak Colorado Division from 1969 through 2012 under the auspices of a General Service Agreement that covered a wide range of call work, preventative maintenance, and reactive maintenance. Included were projects involving new construction, remodel, demolition, site work, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC for the industrial complex.
Hensel Phelps was the builder and Facility Services provider for the Eastman Kodak Colorado Division from 1966 until the contract was terminated in the business dissolution in 2012. Beginning with a 650-acre site in Windsor, Colorado, the manufacturing facility expanded to eventually cover more than 900 acres, containing 24 buildings/structures, and comprising more than 3,000,000 SF of building space. During the height of operations, the Kodak Windsor plant operated 24 hours a day, 365 days per year, with critical shutdowns scheduled three or four times per year for intensive equipment servicing.
Over the years, Hensel Phelps provided commissioning and TSO services for multiple buildings on the Kodak campus. Hensel Phelps performed decommissioning services as buildings were closed. Hensel Phelps worked with the new facility owners to prepare and transition the buildings and maintenance data to new ownership and maintenance systems.
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