Construction Services

  • Architecture and Engineering services

  • Design/Build

  • Construction management

  • Sustainment, restoration, and modernization (SRM)

  • Roofing

  • Remodels

  • Site preparation

  • SCIF construction

  • ADA compliance

  • Interior finishes

  • Concrete and masonry

U. S. Army Roofing Repair and Replacement

Using our own self-perform crews and selected subcontractors, we completed 25 roofing projects for the U. S. Army in occupied buildings at Schofield Barracks, Fort Shafter, Wheeler Army Airfield, and Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii. Throughout the contract, we met critical schedules and adjusted our work to accommodate the Army’s ongoing operational needs and building occupants.

 

Our work includes roofing a 52,000 square foot building and receiving Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) ratings of Exceptional for management and regulatory compliance and Very Good for quality and schedule.  We received similar CPARS ratings for other tasks under this contract.

 

Roofing types included aluminum roofing panels, ribbed fiberglass panels, composition strip shingles, mineral surface built-up roofing, and clay tile roofing. We also removed hazardous materials, such as asbestos and lead paint, provided steel fabrication and sheet metal work, replaced damaged wood framing, and replaced or reinstalled solar panels, skylights, and exhaust fans.  
 

The U. S. Army Job Order Contract (JOC) was a two-year effort to support real property maintenance and repair and construction projects at Army facilities on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii. We completed 15 varied projects that included mold remediation and drywall replacement, concrete repair, interior finishes, ceiling and flooring, interior and exterior painting, waterline repair, upgrading doors, and installing 110 KABA cipher door locks.

 

We also installed new ductwork, insulation, equipment, and direct digital controls to upgrade, test, and balance the HVAC systems of several buildings on Fort Shafter and Schofield Barracks. We received Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) ratings of Very Good for quality, schedule, and management. 

Other projects included replacing a failing storm drain system by excavating and removing 140 lineal feet of existing corrugated storm drain piping and replacing with 40 feet of reinforced concrete pipe and 100 feet of high-density polyethylene pipe. We also relocated a secure vault/mobile storage unit, which included site preparation, excavation, construction of a new concrete pad with electrical, lighting, grounding, air conditioning, and communications capabilities, and moving the storage unit to the new site. 

U. S. Army Job Order Contract

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