USMGE was awarded a contract to construct an on base commissary for the Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM).
The commissary was to be the NEXCOM equivalent of a 2,640 square foot modular mini-mart. The commissary’s main purpose was to expedite the supply and distribution of domestic items for Naval personnel prior to deployment here and overseas.
NEXCOM required that this modular facility be operational within 90 days. USMGE rearranged previously scheduled projects in order to provide American service personnel with the resources they need in the time frame required.
The building specifications, and final construction consisted of the following: vinyl siding, rubber membrane roof, storefront doors, clear span ceiling, and increased floor load design. This building featured fully automated, sliding double doors and a ramp system designed to quickly restock inventory.
“On behalf of everyone at East Baltimore Community School, we would like to commend your firm for the recent completion of our school project. You did and extraordinary job of meeting our schedule even though we had to keep extending the decision-maiking deadline. The first three weeks of the modular installation included steady torrential downpours and you didn't let that stop you from keeping the schedule. You worked with us as we made design changes and helped us meet our budget objectives by assisting with value engineering. Your sub-contractors were uniformly courteous and helpful, particularly during the punch list process. But the most important accomplishment of all was the deliver of a building that provides a safe attractive environment for learning for the students at the School. In early conversations with children about what they liked most about their new school, they said that "the building is new, and it was made just for us." We are sure that you could tell from the students who spoke at the appreciation event, that they are grateful for what they have received and have received it with joy. Everyone who tours the school is amazed at how nice it is and how substantial it feels. People who were skeptical about modular units have become converts.
We look forward to three more expansion phases with you.”
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