USACE Building 503 Renovation of Sleep Research Center, WRAIR, MD – $2.2M

Doyon Project Services will be working with USACE Mobile District on this 320 calendar-day Design-Build project off of it’s MEDCOM contract to renovate the Sleep Research Center on the 2nd Floor of Building 503 at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Forest Glen Annex, Silver Spring, MD.  The project includes removal, storage and de/re-installation of all equipment, furniture, furnishings, resource protection, information technology, systems and communications to and from the designated transition space and final space for all departments impacted by the construction effort.

IHS Warm Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant Rehabilitation Warm Springs, OR – $1.4M

Doyon Project Services will be working with the Indian Health Service on this 120 calendar-day project to rehabilitate the Warm Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant by replacing failed process equipment for the headworks, aeration basin, air supply, clarification basin, ultraviolet disinfection (UV) treatment, and monitoring equipment. The project will restore operation of the facility in order to meet the treatment requirements under the Tribe’s discharge permit.

NAVFAC Dry Dock #8 Replace Pumpwell Thimble Plate, Norfolk Naval Station, Portsmouth, VA – $1M

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic on this 194 calendar-day project at Norfolk Naval Station to remove six steel thimble plates over water pump chamber openings and install concrete plugs over the openings to permanently seal them.

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.

NAVFAC Undersea Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Keyport, WA – $20.9M

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Northwest on project P-386 for the construction of an Undersea Vehicle Maintenance Facility at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division in Keyport, WA. This project creates a single-story high-bay maintenance facility on a shallow foundation with a sloped roofing system. The facility will include information systems, infrastructure for built in cranes and fire protection systems. The project also includes parts storage, explosive service lockers, maintenance areas, and personnel support spaces.

NAVFAC Missile Magazines, Naval Magazine Indian Island, Port Hadlock, WA – $36.1M

Doyon Project Services will be working with NAVFAC Northwest on this project at Naval Magazine (NAVMAG) Indian Island which consists of the demolition of three existing magazines, and the construction of 5 new Type ‘D’ missile magazines, and the construction of one pre-engineered metal storage building.

The new magazines are needed to provide adequate storage for modern missiles and torpedoes currently being stored in deficient and antiquated magazines and holding pads under CNO explosive safety waivers. Demolition will consist of existing earth-covered magazines, impervious areas from the edge of pavement of adjacent roadways, and the adjacent roadways to enable regrading to ensure adequate storm water drainage for the new magazines. The demolished areas will be graded and stabilized.

The scope of the new Type ‘D’ magazines includes new asphalt drives and maneuvering areas similar to the existing magazines. The Type ‘D’ magazine has 25′ wide doors which are capable of supporting the full length of the modern missiles carried by a forklift. Additional improvements to support the project include new roads, modification of existing roads, LID stormwater control features, underground water lines, fire hydrants, and underground power lines and incidental related work.