Under teaming agreement, Bracks Construction was directly responsible for RFI development, cost estimating, subcontractor negotiations, prime contract negotiation, SOV and Schedule development, Site and Project Management, Payment Request submission, and Close Out documentation development. The project was Air Handling Units #5 and #6 have rusted-out condensate pans. USDA wanted to fix condensate pans while minimizing equipment downtime to the building and research labs. The decision was to apply a multi-layer epoxy system that achieves compliance with all applicable NFPA, and ASHRAE standards while at the same time cleaning dirty coils. The epoxy coating allowed for a total refurbishment of the Air Handler base pan with minimum downtime. The application was achieved without having to disconnect existing piping, lift the air handler, demolish the existing pan, or weld a new pan into place; this reduced what would have been a 2-week evolution to 3 days. The contract was executed over 1 weekend.