NAVFAC Repair Cleats and Bollards, Pier 14 and 15 Little Creek, Virginia Beach, VA – $1.1M

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic on this 360 calendar day project to Reapri the Mooring Cleats and Bollars on Piers 14 and 15 at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Virginia. This is a task order off of Doyon Project Services’ NAVFAC Design-Build/Design-Bid-Build Hampton Roads Waterfront IDIQ MACC.

USACE B4076 Carpet Replacement, Fort Wainwright, AK – $912K

Doyon Project Services collaborated with USACE Mobile at Fort Wainwright on a project to remove and replace carpet tiles at Bassett Army Community Hospital across three floors. Additionally, they undertook the task of replacing the service entrance low-voltage switchboard.

NAVFAC Structural Repairs & Steel Mooring Dolphins, Pier 35, Little Creek, VA – $890K

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, PWD Little Creek – Fort Story on this 203 calendar day project to provide structural repairs to Pier 35 and the Steel Mooring Dolphins at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek – Fort Story (JEBLCFS), Little Creek site, Virginia Beach,VA.

USACE Entomology Lab Renovation, WPAFB, FL – $492K

Doyon Project Services will be working with USACE Mobile District on this 270 calendar day Design-Build project to renovate the Entomology Laboratory, Building 20073, at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

USACE Satellite Pharmacy Roof Replacement, Patrick SFB, FL – $584K

Doyon Project Services will be working with USACE Mobile District on this this project to replace the existing asphalt shingle roof system and related flashings with a new architectural standing-seam metal roof system at the Satellite Pharmacy Building at Patrick SFB, Florida.

NAVFAC Joint Intelligence Reserve Center, Minneapolis, MN – $5.9M

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Northwest and the Contracting Group at Naval Operations Support Center on this 902 Calendar Day project to to provide a 2,050-SF addition to Building #N-1. The addition will include office spaces and storage. The project includes renovation of the basement for reallocation of existing space of approximately 2,800-SF, renovation of the first floor adjacent to the addition for reallocation of existing space, and infill of the open mezzanine areas of the second floor to be allocated as office space for approximately of 2,300-SF. The existing parking lot will be altered to accommodate the 2,050- SF addition by reduction of 5 stalls and shortening the turn radius at the building’s main entry, relocation of the flagpole, and incidental related work.

NAVFAC Bulkhead Repairs, Naval Station Newport, RI – $10.4M

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic on this 702-calendar day, $10.4M project to replace three bulkheads at Naval Station Newport. Bulkhead 1 is a designed deadman anchored king system consisting of 30 open-end pipe pile with steel sheet piles. Bulkhead 2 includes a deadman anchored sheet pile wall and sloped riprap revetment section. Bulkhead 3 runs south until the breakwater located at the end of the project limit.

USACE Naval Research Laboratory Electrical Upgrades, Washington D.C. – $10.2M

Doyon Project Services is working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District on this $10.2M, 545-calendar-day project to upgrade the Naval Research Laboratory Electrical System in Washington D.C. including demolition of the existing and and providing new transformers, upgrading switchboards and switchgear, and associated equipment for an operational electrical system. The existing transformers and substation units are older, leaking fluids and require replacement. The switchboards lack the physical breaker space to accommodate the new loads, is beyond its serviceable life, and has several code violations. In some instances, the switchgear is also at or beyond its serviceable life and requires replacement.

NAVFAC Repair Shipyard Electrical Backbone Substation, Naval Base Kitsap, WA – $30.8M

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Northwest on a project to repair the shipyard electrical backbone substation at Naval Base Kitsap, Puget Sound Naval Station, Bremerton, WA. This project includes removal and disposal of select electrical components; repairing electrical cabling and distribution lines; repairing the switching and routing equipment; repairing substation components including: electrical boards, circuit breakers, tie breakers, conductors, cabling, terminations, grounds transformers, motor operators and repair of the supervisory control and data acquisition system.