Awarded in June 2023, Doyon Management Services will be working with MICC Fort Drum, NY on this 8(a), 5-year, $150M, Design-Build, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC). This contract will encompass a wide variety of individual construction and repair task and trades. Work is to include but not limited to carpentry, road repair, roofing, excavation, interior and exterior electrical, heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing, sheet metal work, painting, demolition, concrete masonry, welding, emergency repairs, water lines and gas line construction and repair. Work will also include all Contractor planning, programming, administration, and management necessary to provide all repair or construction and related services as specified.
Doyon Technical Services is collaborating with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Baltimore District, on a 180-calendar day project to design, procure, and install architectural signage and artwork. The objective is to enhance the aesthetics of the space by transforming plain walls into meaningful visual representations.
Here are the key details:
- Scope of Work:
- Architectural Signage: The project involves creating and installing signage that aligns with the facility’s purpose and mission.
- Artwork Development: The contractor will develop custom artwork for the walls, specifically focusing on describing INSCOM’s mission.
- Collaboration: The Command Historian will collaborate with Doyon’s designer to ensure the artwork accurately reflects INSCOM’s historical significance and purpose.
- The goal is to create an engaging and informative environment within the facility.
- The artwork will serve as a visual representation of INSCOM’s mission, values, and contributions.
This project aims to combine functionality with aesthetics, enhancing the overall experience for those within the facility.
Doyon Technical Services collaborated with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Sacramento District, on a 548-calendar day project to construct a single-story munitions maintenance and administration facility spanning approximately 18,562 square feet. The scope of work encompasses several critical components:
- Demolition: An existing ammunition storage bunker will be demolished to clear the site for the new facility.
- Construction: The new facility will combine a medium-height maintenance bay to support the handling, inspection, and build-up of munitions, along with an administrative core for logistics and production.
- Facility Details:
- Structure: The facility will be constructed with reinforced concrete footings, foundation, floor slab, and a structural steel frame.
- Interior Spaces: It will include private and shared offices, a conference room, break room, restrooms, men’s and women’s locker rooms/shower areas, a tool room, and storage for weapons maintenance.
- Maintenance Bay: A maintenance bay will be built to support a ten-ton overhead bridge crane.
- Safety and Utilities: The project includes lightning protection, fire detection/suppression, intrusion detection, and all necessary supporting facilities.
- Design Considerations: The design and construction will adhere to DoD Antiterrorism Force Protection (AT/FP) requirements, comply with Hill AFB Architectural Compatibility Standards, and meet Facility Design Standards.
This project aims to enhance munitions operations and ensure mission readiness at Hill Air Force Base (HAFB) in Utah.
Doyon Technical Services is working with the Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) at Fort Drum, New York on a 90-calendar day project to replace damaged canopies at P-10602 and P-10200.
Doyon Technical Services collaborated with NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic on a 180-calendar day project to replace the air compressor at York 1595.
Doyon Technical Services is collaborating with the US Space Force on a 60-day project to fully replace the freezer and thaw box at the Dining Facility in Building 350. This comprehensive replacement includes all necessary demolition and component installation.
Doyon Technical Services collaborated with NOAA on a 180-day project. The scope of work involved:
- Investigating, procuring, and constructing the removal and replacement of the existing boat launch platform based on plan sheets.
- Repairing the existing cathodic protection system.
- Performing miscellaneous coating repairs to prevent future corrosion issues on the existing SPIP (Structural Platform in Place).
- Including support brackets, clamps, plates, a cage ladder, and the upper instrumentation platform.
This project aimed to enhance the functionality and longevity of the existing infrastructure.
Doyon Technical Services will be working with USACE Baltimore District on this 548 calendar day project to renovate the men’s and women’s locker and restroom areas to comply with the current codes, DoD Unified Facility Criteria (UFC) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This renovation requires demolition of portions of the floor slab (slab on grade), includes an associated breakroom and exercise room, and requires work to the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, fire protection systems, and associated building systems related to the renovated spaces.
Doyon Technical Services will be working with USACE Baltimore District on this 365 calendar day Design-Build project to remove and replace three AHUs for the PX at Carlisle that was originally constructed in 1974.
Doyon Technical Services will be working with USACE Baltimore on this 360 calendar day Design-Build project to provide MEP upgrades and cosmetic renovations to work areas on the second floor of the Technology Laboratory at Fort Detrick, MD.