February 04 2020
Conti Federal Services is working at the Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) in Albany, GA, on repairs related to the impact of Hurricane Michael. The first Category 5 Hurricane to strike the mainland US in more than 25 years, Hurricane Michael hit the MCLB with gusts of 74 MPH and caused nearly $3 billion in estimated damages state-wide. At Albany, Conti is replacing canopy structures, performing roof replacements and repairs, repairing HVAC and electrical systems, installing a new fire alarm system, abating hazardous materials, replacing fencing and various other architectural finishes repair tasks. In total, Conti will help complete over 330 repair tasks across 80 individual facilities at MCLB Albany.
Given MCLB Albany’s mission of supporting US warfighters and providing Marine Corps families with a safe and secure environment to work and live, the repairs demand extensive schedule coordination with operational building owners and multiple trades, as well as close attention to detail. Ryan Kanzleiter, PMP, CQM, Conti’s Project Executive, explains: “I’ve worked on military installations around the world where mission readiness and staff security is paramount, but at MCLB Albany, this KPI is even more critical because this facility is one of two Marine Logistics bases that services our brave men and women globally. These repairs will help the Corps fulfill a critical military function supporting the American warfighter.”