Doyon Management Services will be working with the National Park Services on this 60 calendar day, $145K project to install a new concrete wash rack and an oil/water separator in the maintenance building at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver, WA.
Doyon Management Services was awarded a $342K project by the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center, to replace fuel tanks at the USCG’s Station Gloucester at Gloucester, Massachusetts, and Station Merrimack River Newburyport, Massachusetts. The project was awarded under Doyon’s USCG Region 1, Regional Multiple Award Construction Contract (RMACC) and will include the removal and disposal of 1,000-gallon marine diesel fuel above-ground storage tanks and appurtenant equipment, and removal of the liquid/materials remaining in the tanks and piping systems. A replacement1,000-gallon marine diesel fuel double wall tank will be provided at Station Gloucester, as well as replacement power and control cables, and concrete-filled steel bollards. At Station Merrimack River, a new 1,500-gallon split gasoline and marine diesel fuel double wall tank in concrete enclosure will be installed, along with power and control cables, alarms, and power supplies.
Doyon Management Services won a $892K project under its U.S. Air Force Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) for Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, to replace the sanitary sewer system at Facility 10822. The project was awarded as a 200-calendar-day, Firm-Fixed Price Task Order that was competitively bid.
Doyon Management Services was awarded a $936K contract to remove and replace 26 damaged timber fender piles on the Cargo Wharf Pier and Fuel Pier on Base Kodiak. Doyon will provide all materials, equipment, labor, and supervision during the project’s 90-day duration. In addition, Doyon will be responsible for the preparation of environmental regulatory compliance consultation packages in accordance with Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act for USCG submittal to the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service. Construction is not allowed to proceed without the concurrence of these federal agencies.
Doyon Management Services and American West Construction will be working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to rehabilitate 3,000 LF of the Tyhee Siphon, which is a 5,500 LF, seventy-two inch diameter underground pipe, with an entry and exit structure that delivers irrigation water to 11,000 acres of farmland. The siphon was originally constructed in the early 1900’s and was modified in the 1940’s by installing a one-quarter inch thick steel liner inside the pipe. Over time, this liner and the concrete pipe have deteriorated to the point that significant leaks are a common event. This project is the last phase of the three-phase project which includes removing and replacing the existing liner, entirely replacing sections of the existing siphon, rehabilitating the siphon outlet, and replacing the trash rake and trash rack system at the inlet of the siphon.
Doyon Management Services is providing Design-Build services for the U.S. Air Force to Renovate their Refueler Maintenance Facility at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. The project consists of design and installation of a natural gas line, boiler, furnace, and a split air conditioning unit. Additionally, the work will modify the existing sanitary sewer lines, renovate the restrooms, restore the floor, and demolish a 400SF building.
Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Air Force to repair the storm drain systems on two facilities at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. This project will require design and construction of a fully functioning storm system including new manholes, piping, storm structures, inlets, adjusting rings, manhole covers, and all associated work, including demolition, restoration, sidewalks, curbs, pavements, landscaping, and security fencing. Performance of this contract will occur over 8 months with Burgess and Niple, Inc. as the Designer of Record. Doyon proudly continues to support the mission of the U.S. Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB.
Doyon Management Services will be working with the U.S. Air Force to Install a redundant cooler in one of their facilities at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This 180 calendar-day, $1.4M project includes demolition of the existing equipment and DDC system, excavation for electrical utilities, site improvements, and installation of the new cooler and associated equipment and DDC system.
Doyon Management Services is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to repair their above ground fuel farm at the U.S. Coast Guard Base in Kodiak, AK. The repairs for this 300-day project will correct identified deficiencies, demolish existing components and install new components for correct operation of the system.