Our work included 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 included 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.  

U. S. Army Job Order Contract​

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOGISTICS SERVICES

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), Deployed Logistical Support II (DLS2)

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency provides timely, relevant, and accurate geospatial intelligence support which bolsters national security at home and abroad.  The Expeditionary Operations Office, a Command Component of NGA, has oversight and direction authority for Global Support Services (GSS) in expeditionary environments worldwide,  This support encompasses but is not limited to planning operations, technical support, and the preparation and deployment of personnel, equipment, and logistics requirements to meet NGA’s mission and the mission of the Department of Defense.

   

AC4S’s contract supports the NGA’s Expeditionary Operations Office requirement for logistical support activities via our Deployment Logistical Support (DLS2) prime contract.  This vehicle is the primary mechanism for delivering logistical support to the NGA mission in deployed and crisis environments. Our support to the NGA encompasses many mission-critical areas including:

 

  • Scheduled and unscheduled logistics planning

  • On-site management

  • Warehousing

  • Consolidated Issue Facilities

  • Armory services

  • Transportation services

  • Asset management

  • Mobile Assets

  • Compound Operations and Maintenance

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Program Management Administrative Clerical and Technical Services (PACTS) Contract

AC4S is a proud member of the Best Value Technology, Inc (BVTI) team for DHS PACTSPACTS is a Department-wide service contract for acquiring non-IT service solutions. This procurement effort is a 100% set-aside for Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) in accordance with FAR 19.14. PACTS provides a wide range of services for the Department through four comprehensive functional categories (FCs): FC1 – Program Management, FC2 – Administrative, FC3 – Clerical, and FC4 – Technical. We also maintain a number of relationships on Intelligence Community contract vehicles as well.

USSOCOM Global Battlestaff and Program Support Services (GBPS) Contract

AC4S is assisting Jacobs Engineering with fulfilling the U. S. Special Operations Command requirement for support services in the areas of Global Battlestaff Program Support. Support areas include Global Battlestaff and Intelligence Support, Acquisition and Logistics Management Support, and Business Operations and Financial Management Support.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

Lutron

 

AC4S is an Authorized Service Center providing support services for lighting control, audio/visual, shades and similar products manufactured by Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Services include start-up, which include “turn-on” and “energizing,” programming, maintenance service and repairs, and warranty repairs for Lutron customers at CONUS and OCONUS locations.

Army PEO-EIS Information Technology Enterprise Solutions - 2 Services (ITES-2S) Contract

The scope of the ITES-2S contract includes a full range of services and solutions necessary for the Army to satisfy its support of Army netcentric goals with Information Technology (IT) services worldwide. Ordering is open to, Army, DoD and other Federal Agencies through the Army Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS). CHESS is the Army's "Primary Source" to support the warfighter's Information Dominance objectives by developing, implementing, and managing Information Technology contracts that provide enterprise-wide net centric hardware, software and support services for the Army.

USSOCOM SITEC Specialty Services Contract

This contract supported the U. S. Special Operations Command's requirement for Specialty Services related to JSOC, TSOC, and Special Access Program Support. We provided IT service delivery management support services for the ongoing IT lifecycle operations management of Data Centers, Distributed Computing, Applications Management and provide short and long term deployment IT support. We provided the full scope of IT support in a dynamic environment with increased personnel security and training requirements. The contract included support in remote locations, including war zones and short-notice travel requirements.

 

USSOCOM SITEC Applications Management Contract

The Special Operations Forces Information Technology Enterprise Contract (SITEC) Application Management provided services in three main areas: Application Maintenance, Application Development, and Application End-User Training.

 

For Application Maintenance we assisted with repairing errors and defects of new or existing GOTS/COTS applications and logical databases.

 

For Application Development we supported application enhancements and related modifications on undeveloped, new, existing or GOTS/COTS applications and logical databases. Application Development activities included program management services associated with new applications, requirements and design services, programming and development services, integration and testing services, code migration services, software configuration management services, and technical change management services.

 

For Application End-User Training we assisted with classroom style or computer-based training services for existing, new or enhanced applications developed by the Contractor or developed by the Government. This requirement for training included the development of any training related documentation.

 

 

ENGINEERING

Air Force Design Engineering Support Program (DESP III)

The purpose of DESP III is to provide the Air Force with high caliber engineering and technical services to support all Air Force Material Command (AFMC) weapon systems, subsystems, and related processes. The DESP III contract will address technical and administrative requirements necessary to create and implement a program to provide design and engineering/technical support services for the Department of Defense mission weapon systems, components, and support equipment (including engineering design, integration, system modifications, limited manufacturing, maintenance, repair, and supportive operations/processes). This contract vehicle may be used by AFMC, the Army Tank and Automotive Command (TACOM), all other Air Force/Army commands, DOD agencies (e.g., Navy, Marines), and other government entities (e.g., NASA, DOE, DOT, DOS, EPA, OSHA, Coast Guard, Homeland Security, FAA, FEMA, etc.) having similar systems and/or needs.

Army CECOM LCMC Rapid Response 3rd Generation (R2-3G) Contract

 

The R2-3G Contract vehicle is a multiple award task order contract that consists of eighteen separate Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts. Requirements for a broad range of services are competed as task orders against these eighteen contracts and awards are designed to be executed within 120 days from the solicitation. The aggregate ceiling value of the eighteen prime contracts over a 5 year period of performance which began in July, 2010, is $16.4B. The R2-3G Contract can be used by any Government agency that uses federal funds. Customers include the Department of State, NASA, DoD, and the Department of Commerce. The R2 program offers federal managers an efficient and effective means of acquiring critical, near-obsolete items, thus sustaining crucial weapon systems, mitigating system downtime, and serving the immediate needs of the warfighters and peacekeepers.

Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) ENCORE II Contract

The ENCORE II contracts provide IT solutions for activities throughout all operating levels of all customer organizations in support of all functional requirements including Command and Control (C2), Intelligence, and Mission support areas, and to all elements of the Global Information Grid (GIG). These contracts may be used by the Military Services, the Department of Defense (DoD) and other agencies of the Federal Government.

U. S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC) Total Engineering and Integrated Service (TEIS) III Contract

The TEIS III contract is the third iteration of the TEIS contract. This contract enables the U. S. Army to continue to transform to a network-centric knowledge based force, and provide Information Technology (IT) support services to the U. S. Army's Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command (USACE-LCMC) and Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC) as well as other Federal Agencies.

U. S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) Systems and Missions Support (USAMS II) Contract

AC4S is part of Team CSSS is comprised of CSSS.NET along with a select group of specialized subcontractors for “USAMS II.” The USAMS Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) contract supports all missions and requirements of USSTRATCOM. Support is coordinated through the 55th Contracting Squadron for subordinate and supporting agencies, component commands, some supported agencies, and other organizations such as Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) and the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA). These efforts include the specific mission areas as well as the following Joint Functional Component Commands (JFCCs): Global Strike (GS); Integrated Missile Defense (IMD); Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR); Network Warfare (NW) and Space. Also included are the following Functional Components: Joint Information Operations Warfare Command (JIOWC), Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO), STRATCOM Center for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (SCC-WMD), and the Global Innovation and Strategy Center (GISC). Team CSSS delivers essential capabilities to HQ USSTRATCOM, JFCCs, AFWA and others choosing USAMS as the preferred contract vehicle.

CONSTRUCTION

 

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 included 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.  
 

U. S. Army Job Order Contract​

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. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Relocate Air Traffic Control Receiver Site at Wheeler Army Airfield, Honolulu County, Hawaii

The Air Traffic Control (ATC) radio receivers at Wheeler Army Airfield support critical safety and flight communications. Our task was to relocate the existing radio facility from Building 1004 to a new equipment area in Building 1006 with minimal disruption to ongoing operations. Our project plan included engineering, procurement, installation, testing, and acceptance. The work required designing a new equipment room layout, signal and Radio Frequency (RF) infrastructure, new power infrastructure to include tieback to the existing backup power generator, trenching and underground installation to support the new and backup power, a 60-foot monopole tower site preparation, installation to support the RF and microwave antennas, cable bridge and building entrance panel for routing RF and microwave cable installation, and grounding and lightning protection system. Our team completed the installation with no disruption to mission-critical communications and in compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidelines, and all state, Federal and local requirements.

We completed similar Air Traffic Control Communications projects for Yokota Air Base, Japan; Hood Army Airfield at Fort Hood, TX; Wright Army Airfield at Fort Stewart, GA; and Kahuku Point for Wheeler Army Airfield, Oahu, HI. 
 

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.