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Dover 206
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracted with CNCS to renovate the C-5 Formal Training Detachment Facility 206 (Dover 206) at Dover Air Force Base, Dover, DE. The company performed extensive interior and exterior renovations to Dover 206, executing this project in four phases to maintain mission continuity. CNCS received an exceptional CPARS rating on this $15 million contract.
This facility’s renovations were conducted in accordance with the Dover AFB design guide and anti-terrorism/force protection (AT/FP) standards. The wide-ranging scope of interior renovations included demolition, structural, mechanical, electrical and environmental work.  Exterior renovations included EIFS repairs as well as the installation of energy-efficient roofing, windows and doors.

Quantico OCS Substation
Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington awarded CNCS a contract to demolish and replace the existing 13.2kV Officer Candidate School (OCS) Substation in Virginia. CNCS successfully coordinated twelve base-wide outages with no disruption, even providing temporary generators in order to sustain continuous power when needed. The company has laid over 4,600 ft. of ductbank through unforeseen conditions, performing the work at risk, while removing and stockpiling contaminated water and soil. CNCS has worked hand-in-hand with NAVFAC and OCS in phasing and coordinating the work to accommodate class schedules.  
Fort Belvoir
CNCS overhauled a 2-story building with basement that was originally built in 1942. The building was old and inadequate for its mission as a data center and network enterprise facility. All existing building systems were demolished and asbestos abatement was performed. CNCS also replaced these systems and upgraded all electrical equipment to handle the data center load. 

The company installed new HVAC, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, communications and security systems. The project achieved ADA compliance, met Secret Controlled Access Area (CAA) requirements and met ATFP standards in UFC 4-010-01 and UFC 4-020-01. Through project phasing, use of CNCS-supplied generators, UPS equipment and following proper security protocol, the data center was able to maintain 24/7 operation during construction.

Tobyhanna Wastewater Treatment Plant
Six buildings at the Tobyhanna Army Depot’s wastewater treatment plant required extensive renovations, including architectural, electrical, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, structural and roofing work. The plant was occupied and operational during all construction phases. 

Some of the work performed during this contract included the installation of ten thirty-five-foot galvanized steel poles, equipped with dual outdoor 400W LED Luxor fixtures, to provide flood lighting for the plant sludge treatment tanks; the installation of a complete HVAC system including a roof top package unit; and replacing the existing plant generator with a natural gas-powered emergency generator. CNCS also installed the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system for water and wastewater to provide the treatment plant with communications upgrades and environmental monitoring capabilities.

Tahlequah City Hospital
CNCS has completed design-build services for the new construction of a four story, 34,000 square foot Medical Office Building for Tahlequah City Hospital. Midway through the construction, a 500 square foot balcony was added to the second floor administrative area. Architectural design services were provided by Ambler Architects. The new construction included structural steel with masonry and EIFS exterior. Construction challenges included building on terrain that was steep, unleveled, and rocky. In addition to the new construction, the project also included renovations of the hospital’s existing buildings. The new facility houses all non-clinical hospital staff and is used for specialty care services such as cardiology, nephrology, and orthopedics. The facility includes administrative offices, a dialysis center, an X-ray facility, and multiple exam rooms.