Jack Lucas, Inspector of Record with experience in capital improvement projects of varied project delivery methods including traditional GC, CM-GC, CM-MultiPrime, and Design-Build. Administration of the California Building Code (CBC), referenced standards, and project specifications. Current with code administration changes through ongoing continuing education. An emphasis on pre-installation evaluation and specification verification and overall quality assurance. Communication between all parties to facilitate early identification and resolution of constructability or code issues and problem solving. He Coordinates material testing and specialty inspectors and assures high quality and high value inspection to the project owners.
Education and Certifications:
- Associate in Arts Degree – Orange Coast College – Costa Mesa, CA. Civil Technology Certificate – 1973. Construction Technology Certificate – 2004
- Coastline College – Fountain Valley, CA. Surveying and Mapping Certificate – 1998
Costa Mesa Middle School. Costa Mesa Unified School District. Budget: $17 million. The building is 28, 355 Sq.Ft. Building type is a Type II-B, Structural Steel Braced Frame, fully sprinklered. VIEW
OCC Consumer, Health Science and Biology Labs – CM/Multi Prime delivery. Budget: $49,400,000. Three buildings, 83,000ft2 , structural steel and concrete shear wall, Type II construction. An Allied Health building with an EMT training facility and instructional radiology and respiratory hospital suites that include a working medical gas system, respirator stations, x-ray facility, and sleep lab. A five chair state of the art dental suite and dental laboratory. The Biology building has laboratory suites with adjacent prep rooms, fume safety hoods, a Bio-Safety hood, walk-in refrigeration, autoclaves, a Prosection Lab, Plastination Lab, and a Phoenix Air Control System in all laboratory rooms.
OCC Sailing & Rowing Center Remodel – CM/GC delivery. Budget: $5,200,000. Two Story CMU and Wood Frame Type V Building. Demolition & reconstruction of Sailing & Rowing Facilities required injection soil stabilization for liquefaction mitigation, unanticipated shoring adjacent structures and City property, and extensive shoring of existing structures.
OCC Learning Resource Center – CM/MultiPrime delivery. Budget: $33,400,000. An 89,000ft2 two story, structural steel moment connection and braced steel frame, Type II construction, B occupancy. A campus gathering place that includes the Campus Library, computer labs, group study rooms, and large open individual study room with spaces for more than 1000 occupants. The entire building is cyber connected for both hardwire and wireless service.
OCC Art’s Pavilion & Café – CM/GC delivery. Budget: $3,500,000. An 8,500ft2 , CMU and Structural Steel, Type II construction, A-3 occupancy. A stand alone gallery adjacent to the OCC Art Center. A multi-level security system and a pre-action fire suppression system fill special needs of high security and a high level of property protection. An onsite Café is built out with a tenant improvement for Starbucks Coffee Company.
Coastline Westminster Learning Center. Budget: $12,000,000. A 42,000ft2 multipurpose community college classroom & office center. Two story, structural custom CMU / structural steel frame, Type V-N construction, B occupancy. Three buildings with instructional rooms, art and science labs, a courtyard plaza with a water feature, and a connecting walkway bridge between buildings.
Croul Hall, Earth Systems Sciences – A 65,000 ft2 Research Laboratory; modified Design-Build delivery, two-year construction duration. CIP structural concrete frame with custom burnished face CMU, three floors& basement, Type II construction. Wet and dry labs, custom cabinetry, a three-story entry atrium and a conferencing facility, & a staging building. Budget: $26,000,000.
MAAB, Academic & Administration Building – Core construction of a new four floor, structural steel frame Type II-FR office/classroom building with custom masonry CMU exterior infill walls.
PS3, Parking Structure – 560,000 ft2 seven level (S-4) open parking structure (1800 parking stalls), modified Design-Build delivery. A CIP concrete reinforced concrete frame with post tensioned concrete elevated parking decks, custom masonry CMU infill and elevator/stair towers. Project Budget: $21,000,000
Beall Gallery & the Arts Café – New construction of a 14,380 ft2 reinforced CMU Type II-N Art Gallery with an attached “Cyber” Café.
Arts Renovation & Seismic Upgrade – A seismic renovation and general renovation of 22,100 ft2 of three Type I – FR CIP concrete buildings using a traditional project delivery. Seismic reinforcement of structural concrete frame by use of new CIP concrete or shotcrete shear walls. Construction Cost $ 4,300,000