Gilbane Wins $65.5M Task Order Contract at Vandenberg Air Force Base
ARLINGTON, VA Gilbane Federal announces the company has been awarded a $65.5 million contract for renovating Building 7,000 in order to facilitate the consolidation of the Joint Space Operations Center, the 14th Air Force, and the Joint Force Component Command on Vandenberg Air Force Base. This project was competitively bid as a task order under the existing Air Force Civil Engineering Center Sustainment/Restoration & Modernization Task Order Contract.
"I am pleased that AFCEC has selected Gilbane for this important contract at Vandenberg," Sarabjit Singh, President of Gilbane Federal, said. "We have been working for AFCEC for the past 14 years and we look forward to a continued partnership with them. We have successfully worked on projects previously at Vandenberg and look forward to a continuing excellent working relationship with the base. Our company will continue to uphold high quality performance, dedication to our work, and successful execution of projects for all our clients."
Building 7,000 consists of a three-story primary building and a two-story adjoining Annex with the entire facility being roughly 180,120 square feet of space including the basement. The project will include complete demolition of interior and exterior areas throughout the facility, as well as the construction of areas of hard-wall offices, open offices, conference rooms, secure areas, and data center equipment rooms. Demolition includes removal of the connecting bridge between Buildings 7,000 and 7,015, including any repair to building 7,015 as a result of the demolition.