USCG Move Marine Safety Detachment to A709, Base Kodiak, AK – $2.1M

Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Coast Guard on Kodiak Island to move the Marine Safety Detachment (MSD) from a leased space in downtown Kodiak Island to an existing building space on USCG Base Kodiak. This is a renovation project that requires Doyon to reconfigure and repurpose a portion of the existing building to accommodate MSD Kodiak and provide offices, work areas, locker spaces, and ADA and public accommodations, including paved parking and access.

USACE Repair Permanent Party Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing Building, JBLM, WA – $25.9M

Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on this $25.9M, 540-calendar-day project to provide a complete renovation, including both interior and exterior repairs, for a complete and usable building for housing soldiers. The project will repair and reconfigure the existing barracks Building 09175, to align with the current standard for Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing (UEPH). The building was originally constructed 1985-88 with 2/2 dwelling modules. The new layout for the building will be 1/1 dwelling modules to align with the UEPH guidelines.

NPS Rehabilitate Historic Youngshome at the Charles Young Monument in Xenia, OH – $5.4M

Doyon Management Services will be working with the National Park Services (NPS) on this 395 calendar-day project to rehabilitate 4,500-SF of historic Youngs House to its period of significance of 1907-1922. Work includes but not limited to restoration and reconstruction of Queen Anne style window sashes, ornamental concrete block front porch, glass conservatory and pergola, and fountain. The project also includes upgrades to electrical, lighting, heating, ventilation, and cooling, security systems, ADA accessibility of doorways, restrooms and installation of a passenger elevator.

BLM Camp Host Site Improvements, Eugene, OR – $405K

Doyon Management Services (DMS) will be working with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on this 90 calendar-day project to improve site amenities at three camp sites around Eugene, OR. At the Clay Creek Recreation DMS will be extending the existing waterline, providing ADA upgrades and an asphalt driveway, upgrading electric power conduit and wiring from the solar system, and install LED lighting. At the Sharps Creek Recreation Site, DMS will be removing an existing shed, replacing submersible well pump, install a water treatment building and line, providing ADA upgrades and an asphalt driveway, and installing a wastewater holding tank. at the Shotgun Creek Recreation Site, DMS will be installing an RV Metal Carport.

USACE Replace Chiller and Upgrade HVAC DDC Bldg. J01159, JBLM, WA – $459K

Doyon Management Services will be working with USACE Seattle at Joint Base Lewis-McChord on this 180 calendar-day project to provide and install a 20-ton packaged chiller and upgraded building J01159’s HVAC DDC system. The current chiller is in a failed condition and must be replaced. The project includes controlled removal and recycle of the existing chiller per EPA standards and installation of a new chiller system with two-scroll compressors, prepackaged, factory tested, and equipment for point monitoring, programable setpoints, chiller enable/disabled, and interface with the buildings JACE system.

USACE Replace Cooling Towers, Building 1050, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Keyport, WA – $554K

Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District on this 270 calendar day project at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Keyport, WA to replace a Process Water Cooling Tower and one HVAC Cooling Tower which have reached the end of their serviceable life.

BIA Kinlichee Paving Project, Ganado, AZ – $4.3M

Doyon Management Services will be working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs on this 6 month, $4.3M Design-Build project to repave, stripe, and improve drainage on 6 miles of the entrance road at the Kin Dah Lichi’I Olta School in in Ganado, AZ.

EPA HAZMAT Building Replacement, Narragansett, RI – $1.3M

Doyon Management Services was awarded a $1.3M project from the Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Office of Research and Development, Atlantic Coastal Environmental Science Division for Building Demolition and Replacement Project at the USEPA’s Narragansett, Rhode Island, facility.  The project, a Task order under DMS’ IDIQ Contract, will require demolition and reinstallation of an existing entrance ramp, as well as replacement of the building’s roof, room heaters, most of the building’s lighting, and the fire protection system will be upgraded.  New security devices, exhaust fam, emergency eyewash shower stations and a water tempering skid will be added.  The project is planned for a 12-month completion schedule.

USACE Repair and Minor Renovation of Squadron Operations Building, Mountain Home AFB, ID – $10.4M

Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on this 540 calendar day project to provide repair and minor renovation services of a 61,472 SF Squadron Operations Building at Mountain Home Air Force Base, ID. The renovations will include replacement of the roof and HVAC system, remodel of the restrooms per ADA requirements, add exterior windows and skylights, relocation of the interior walls and providing new interior finishes throughout the facility.

NAVFAC Repair Substation 1, Naval Base Kitsap Bangor, Silverdale, WA – $7.9M

Doyon Management Services will be working with NAVFAC Northwest on this 598-calendar day, Design-Bid-Build construction contract. Work for this project includes the retrofit of two 15kv vacuum breakers, installation of two new 15kV vacuum breakers, as well as 115kV substation upgrades, switchgear door replacements, new protective relays, protective devise coordination, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) integration, installation of raceways, wire, fiber optic, cabling systems, and battery replacements. Our team is excited to continue our excellent relationship with NAVFAC Northwest and produce another safe and outstanding project.