Doyon Technical Services will be working with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on this 30 calendar day $583K Design-Build task order to repair and add additional drainage control upgrades to an existing gravel radar site access road in Reno, NV.
Doyon Technical Services is working with the U.S. Coast Guard on this $22K project to excavate, repair a 2” water line, fill, and re-pave affected area at U.S. Coast Guard Station Grays Harbor, WA.
Doyon Technical Services is working with the U.S. Coast Guard on this $29K project to create a private conference room in Building 1 on the 3rd floor by closing off an open concept conference room with a frosted glass modular wall.
Doyon Technical Services won a $486K Task Order under its National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to replace NOAA’s Western Regional Center’s existing CCTV video surveillance system throughout the 104-acre Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington campus. Existing security cameras will be removed, and new exterior and interior cameras and accompanying power/communication will be installed, as well eight new remote monitoring stations.
Doyon Technical Services was awarded a $427K contract for the design and construction of a replacement roof and the removal, replacement, and upgrades of the PAC Unit HVAC system. Doyon will initially provide a certified HVAC Technical Service Report containing recommendations for an upgraded system. Doyon will then perform all required construction and technical services for the removal and replacement of the two existing units. This work includes all alterations and additions, plus air ducting, piping, electrical system changes, wiring, thermostats, and interfaces with the system. Doyon will also be responsible for all operator training of the client’s onsite team.
The roof replacement will include removing, disposing, and replacing the existing roof and all associated flashings and gutters. This will be followed by the installation of a 30-year roof with placement of HVAC units, piping, gutters, etc.
Doyon Technical Services was awarded a $63K contract to remove and relocate the Naval Weapons Station Conex building and propane tank. The current location of the building is roughly 50 feet outside of the government property. Doyon will disconnect all utilities, relocate the Conex building, and then reconnect all utilities, except the propane, within the new government property site. The project is scheduled for a 100-day turnaround.
Doyon Technical Services was awarded a $27K contract to remove lead-based paint in the interior basement staircase at the US Coast Guard’s Alki Point Housing Quarters B. Doyon will provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other services necessary to perform the lead abatement project.
Doyon Technical Services was awarded a $248K contract to expand the Security Station at the Fairbanks Command and Data Acquisition Station entrance. The entry checkpoint building includes an office, bathroom, and visitor entry area. The new prefabricated structure will be a minimum of 10′ X 40′ and is a permanent expansion for the current guard house.
Doyon Technical Services won a $778K contract to provide construction services to replace 109 windows that support 588,094 SF at the DCNG in Washington, DC. Since the armory was constructed in 1941, the project initially includes the removal and disposal of the Art Moderne style cast-iron windows. This involves the testing and elimination of PCB containing caulk, asbestos abatement, and lead abatement. Doyon has also been charged with the removal of all window shades/blinds and the installation or re-installation of new and/or existing window treatments, including window shades, curtains, and blinds.
Because these are designated historic windows, Doyon will provide customized manufactured windows which replicate the material, profile, dimensions, operability, and light configuration of the originals. Likewise, all distinctive features, finishes and construction techniques that characterized the historic property will be strictly required and followed during the installations.
Doyon Technical Services was awarded a $762K contract to remove then design and construct the replacement of the existing Dauphin Island National Water Level Observing Network (NWLON) station and its components, operated by the Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services. The existing structure is a timber platform supported by timber piles at the entrance to Mobile Bay along the eastern coast of Dauphin Island. It is in poor condition and a growing concern for safe maintenance and continued station operations.
The structure is part of the NWLON network of approximately 210 long-term water level measurement stations around the US coastline and in the Great Lakes. The data from this network, called “Sentinels of the Coast,” is used to provide a series of water level, meteorological and coastal currents information to the public, critical during severe weather events such as hurricanes.
Doyon is providing all supporting engineering services, materials, and construction for the project.