Conti performed the design-build construction of new facilities at the artillery base. The project team constructed an instructional training building, a three-story barrack facility, a two-story office building, three artillery vehicle parking lots, an obstacle course, a dining facility, an energy production center and a high voltage electrical center, as well as renovated the base’s Command Center telecommunications control room. Work included all required utilities, storm drainage, communications, electric, HVAC, fire protection/alarm systems, roadways and walk ways, exterior building lighting and site development.
Although official certification was not required by the USACE, Conti’s design of this project met LEED Silver requirements. The team performed value engineering changes, including merging three facilities into one, and maintained the original project schedule despite additional design reviews.
Conti worked with the Israel Defense Force under strict security clearances to perform renovations and new construction at a major military base.
Conti mobilized 100% of project crews within four days to clear 174,000 tons of hurricane waterway debris along the Atlantic Coast.
Conti’s LEED Silver qualified facility provided more than $1.5 million in cost savings for the New Jersey Department of Military and Veteran Affairs.