FedCon/South Bay Joint Venture removed and replaced the existing fire alarm control panel and system at the Navy Lodge and replaced it with a modern system including addressable fire alarm and mass notification panel. Building 334, Navy Lodge, had an antiquated fire alarm panel that was rapidly deteriorating and all previous attempts to repair it had been unsuccessful. The building was occupied and remained so during the project. We coordinated the construction with the hotel staff, base personnel, and fire department. The construction phase was scheduled to minimize impact to the hotel operation while providing a safe working environment. Demolition work included removal of panel, conductors, and all notification/alarm components associated with the old system. We installed the new fire alarm/mass notification system with new conductors, conduits and components and designed and installed it in accordance with all applicable NFPA criteria, UFC 3-600-01, 3-600-10N, 4-021-01, and UFGS 28 31 76. We concealed all conductors, conduit and raceways. Any non-concealed or surface-mounted solutions such as wire-mold, was pre-approved by the government prior to installation.