Case Study





Customer: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District

Location: Fairchild AFB, WA

The purpose of this project was to construct a training area for the 88th Reserve Deployable Medical Systems personnel and provide earthwork and drainage structures over a 17 acre work site. Work on this project included: Excavation for primary electrical distribution, storm line, water line, sewer and erosion control. The project included installation of over 1850 feet of electrical duct bank and primary underground electrical distribution, 450 feet of secondary underground electrical distribution for new area lighting, installation of a 500 kV electrical transformer and a base wide notification array system. Earthwork activities included: new erosion control berms and swales constructed around entire work site, 500 feet of 15″ concrete storm line with new storm structures (manholes and catch basins), new sanitary sewer line installation, existing water line modification and new water line installation and a new fire hydrant servicing the area. The project also included subgrade grading and compaction of the actual training site pad, installation of geofabric matting on entire pad, 10” of compacted crushed aggregate for the training surface and the installation of over 1800 feet of security fencing and gates.

Total Contract Value: $1,652,152.00