To continue training to the highest standards, the United States Army Corps of Engineers called for an upgrade to the existing fuel stations and construction of a new fuel storage and pumping facility.
Conti performed renovations, upgrades and new construction on Fuel Stations 32, 34 and 35 at the Air Force Base. Work was completed on all three stations concurrently by staging construction to maximize job efficiency as well as expediting the schedule.
Conti upgraded the existing power supply and fuel control system at Fuel Station 32 as well constructed underground fuel storage tanks at Stations 34 and 35. The fuel stations now include underground piping systems, HVAC systems and underground fuel storage systems with fire and leak protection.
Conti performed work concurrently at all three locations with no disruption to Israeli base operations.
Israel’s primary spaceport and one of its most technologically advanced air force bases requires the most up-to-date facilities to operate on the highest level.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) directed the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to develop and install recovery centers in response to the impact of several devastating hurricanes and Florida’s need for emergency assistance.