When the VA Medical Center (VAMC) in Hampton, VA saw a dramatic increase in their client population they were in need of additional space to accomodate more personnel.
The engineering staff at VAMC developed a remediation plan that called for a 5,040 square foot modular space to serve as patient interview and exam areas, in addition to staff offices. In addition to the floor plan requirements, the bidding was established as a set-aside for Small Business Disadvantaged Veteran Business (SBDV) only. The complexity of the floor plan, in conjunction with the bidding restriction would be a deciding factor in USMGE’s successful bid.
USMGE’s Newport News office bid as a subcontractor to the SBDV prime contractor, American Veteran Construction Company. Utilizing a turnkey solution and hydraulic equipment to place the six modular units, USMGE was able to eliminate the high cost of a crane lift operation. In addition to using cutting edge technology, USMGE also provided the majority of the site service work, which has helped USMGE form a long-term business partnership with American Veteran Construction Company.
“I just wanted to let you know that your efforts for the modular relocation at Wayside Elementary School did not go unnoticed. I truly appreciate how your crews were able to complete the project as promised and did so exhibiting a high degree of workmanship. Thanks again, and I look forward to working with you again on many future projects.”
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