Cooper Case Study: Department of Homeland Security Watch Area

Cooper Construction Services was awarded a $2.8 million contract through the General Services Administration (GSA) to build a secure suite in a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) agency headquarters located in Washington, DC. The Cooper team took on the high-visibility project to display their expertise in project management and execution to meet all requirements of the task.

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Case Study: Homeland Security Agency Watch Area

 

Cooper Case Study: US Army – Fort Belvoir Renovations

Cooper has been actively working for the US Army at Fort Belvoir, Virginia for the past twenty years, including many projects in the Fort Belvoir Historical District. The IDIQ contract involves four stages of ongoing renovations taking place in fully occupied spaces. Based on Cooper’s extensive experience working in occupied spaces, Cooper’s preconstruction team developed a detailed four-phase project schedule and phasing plan that worked with the customer’s schedule, and efficiently transitions between the various ares with minimal down time for the customer.

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Case Study: US Army Building Renovations

Cooper Case Study: Fort Belvoir – Night Vision Secure Storage

“The Barns” at Fort Belvoir required the assessment, design, furnishing and installation of secure and versatile wire cage units to occupy a newly constructed, two-story 20,000 square-foot facility. The storage units needed to maximize the space and meet user requirements while remaining within budgetary and time restrictions of the client. The Cooper team conducted extensive preconstruction assessments to evaluate Night Vision’s needs and worked with the Cooper design team to develop a practical solution that fit the needs of the client within the existing space.

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Case Study: Night Vision

Cooper Case Study: US Army Corps of Engineers Defense Acquisition University Training Facilities

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ commissioned Cooper with the project of renovating seven buildings in the Defense Acquisition University training facilities. The in-progress $1.2M task order is from the existing Ft. Belvoir IDIQ contract with the USACE and involves renovating existing bathrooms, classrooms and hallways at the DAU campus on Ft. Belvoir.

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Case Study: DAU Training Facilities

 
 
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