TRADITIONAL CONSTRUCTION DESIGN<br />MANUFACTURED OFF-SITE<br />PERMANENT ALTERNATIVE CONSTRUCTION<br />
COMPANY PROFILES<br />Modular Solutions, Ltd<br />	Established  in 1996 in Phoenix, Arizona, Modular Solutions, Ltd is a D...
ABOUT  THE  INDUSTRY<br />Permanent Alternative Construction is any building that is manufactured off-site, while the site...
ABOUT THE BENEFITS <br />Permanent Alternative Construction has many benefits but the main benefit is efficiency of resour...
ABOUT THE DESIGN<br />Permanent Alternative Construction can be constructed with virtually any architectural design reques...
ABOUT THE PROCESS<br />Permanent Alternative Construction is primarily constructed in four stages<br />Design: Generating ...
ABOUT  THE PROCESS<br />Design:<br />The owner, design team, and local jurisdiction will have a pre-submittal meeting to d...
ABOUT  THE PROCESS<br />Final Finishes:<br />The building panels or sections will come from the factory completed as much ...
ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY<br />Permanent Alternative Construction is inherent to sustainable construction methods.  By manufact...
ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY<br />Permanent Alternative Construction utilizes many “green” and sustainable building components.  I...
ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Permanent Alternative Construction has been utilized by most every industry.  Most of time when you...
ABOUT  THE MARKETS<br />Education:<br />Daycare centers designed to meet the strict licensing of the local jurisdiction, t...
ABOUT  THE MARKETS<br />Federal Projects:<br />Federal projects have a wide spectrum of use.  Some facilities are for the ...
ABOUT  THE MARKETS<br />Medical:<br />Medical projects have a diverse range of uses.  Our team has built clinics, hospital...
ABOUT  THE MARKETS<br />Retail:<br />The retail industry is varied and will always offer fun and creative design elements....
ABOUT  THE MARKETS<br />Industrial: <br />The industrial industry utilizes concrete floors, high ceilings, and frequently ...
ABOUT  THE MARKETS<br />Residential:<br />Finding affordable housing in rural or remote areas has always been a challenge ...
ABOUT  THE MARKETS<br />Religious:<br />Churches and  religious organizations are approximately 35% of the permanent  Alte...
Case Study:<br />National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park<br />Owner:  Department of Interior, National Park Serv...
Case Study:<br />Department of Veterans Health, Behavioral Health Center<br />Owner:  U S Department of Veteran Affairs, L...
Purchasing / Contracting Opportunities:<br />Sole-Source:  Modular Solutions,Ltd and On-Site Construction Management, LLC ...
CONTACT US<br />Modular Solutions, Ltd<br />Corporate Office:<br />PO Box 15507<br />Phoenix, AZ 85060-5507<br />(602) 952...
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  1. 1. TRADITIONAL CONSTRUCTION DESIGN<br />MANUFACTURED OFF-SITE<br />PERMANENT ALTERNATIVE CONSTRUCTION<br />
  2. 2. COMPANY PROFILES<br />Modular Solutions, Ltd<br /> Established in 1996 in Phoenix, Arizona, Modular Solutions, Ltd is a DBE Native American owned company. Modular Solutions, Ltd has held a GSA contract since 2000 and worked for many federal and local agencies under this contract. With a strong history of successful completion of bonded projects and impeccable payment history Modular Solutions, Ltd has built a strong team of subcontractors across the Nation.<br /> Modular Solutions, Ltd is a licensed general contractor and architectural firm, and has grown substantially over years due to their out of the box problem solving skills. A vast majority of the work awarded to Modular Solutions, Ltd has been turnkey design/build projects. The key employees offer over 200 years of collective experience to share, and create alternative permanent building solutions.<br /> Corporate Office: PO Box 15507<br /> Phoenix, AZ 85060-5507<br /> Phone: (602) 952-9741/ Toll Free: (800) 441-8577<br /> information@modularsolutionsltd.com<br />www.modularsolutionsltd.com<br />www.facebook.com/modularsolutionsltd<br />Modular Concepts, LLC<br /> Modular Concepts, LLC is the manufacturing facility located in Phoenix, Arizona. Modular Concepts has manufactured buildings for almost every industry. Projects range from small construction office buildings to multi-story medical and educational complexes. The manufacturing team works closely with the design team from project inception. This helps ensure accurate pricing, code compliance and design details prior to release of final construction documents. We anticipate the average time savings on a project has been between 30-50%. Modular Concepts, LLC works through its’ network of dealers and design team to establish pricing and design packages. <br /> Production Office: Phoenix, Arizona<br />OnSite Construction Management, LLC<br /> OnSite Construction Management, LLC is an authorized dealer of Modular Solutions, Ltd. Established in 2009, OnSiteConstruction Management is a SDVOSB/DBE company. Any federal or local contracting officer looking to sole source, GSA procure, or purchase through a SDVOSB/DBE company may contact OnSite Construction Management for competitive pricing and effective design solutions. The key employees for OnSite Construction Management are an N.C.A.R.B. architect, a veteran in the modular and construction industry, and a Vietnam veteran. <br /> Corporate Office: PO Box 5167<br /> Phoenix, AZ 85010<br /> Phone: (602) 402-6321<br />www.onsitecm.com<br /> estimating@onsitecm.com<br />
  3. 3. ABOUT THE INDUSTRY<br />Permanent Alternative Construction is any building that is manufactured off-site, while the site work is being prepared concurrently. While there are many ways to achieve off-site construction modular or panelized have become the overwhelming preference of clients. <br />Off-Site manufacturing is sustainable and inherent to the “green” and LEED standards. By including design features such as rain harvesting, solar power, 100% recycle content components, heat recovery ventilator, ultra efficient building envelope, and many other features, the structure is the perfect DOE model of efficiency and reduces your carbon footprint.<br />Frequently Off-Site and traditional construction methods are melded together on site to provide a hybrid method of construction that saves both time and money when compared to traditional construction methods. <br />It is best to consider choosing a design/build team when considering permanent alternative construction. Choosing a company that can provide site and building design, site preparation, and building construction in a seamless and effortless manner is highly effective. This will ensure the LEED criteria if requested will be completed for maximum point potential, and that the local permits can be administrated and expedited by a single point of contact.<br />
  4. 4. ABOUT THE BENEFITS <br />Permanent Alternative Construction has many benefits but the main benefit is efficiency of resources and time.<br />Streamlined construction process in many cases is up to 50% faster than traditional site construction methods. Implementing lean manufacturing processes into the construction process.<br />Lower architectural and design fees due to systems design and pre-approved structural elements.<br />Resource efficient-controlled labor factor and less material waste. Also, recycle control in a contained environment<br />Reduced environmental impact-less site disruption and less material exposure to the elements. <br />Improved labor capacity-traditional construction frequently struggles with finding qualified job candidates on rural or remote projects. Off-site manufacturing controls the labor by hiring and keeping highly qualified team members<br />Inclimate weather will not delay the building construction.<br />
  5. 5. ABOUT THE DESIGN<br />Permanent Alternative Construction can be constructed with virtually any architectural design requested by the end user. The buildings have been designed as 1950’s diners, modern clean lines, brick schoolhouse, southwest santa fe, southern column and beam. The design elements are only limited by your imagination. <br />
  6. 6. ABOUT THE PROCESS<br />Permanent Alternative Construction is primarily constructed in four stages<br />Design: Generating an approved set of plans for the end user and the local regulating authority. Generally this will consist of structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing schematics<br />When utilizing a design/build team the site plans are drawn concurrently including civil, environmental, electrical, underground, and zoning<br />Manufacturing: Constructing the building in the plant per the approved stamped set of plans. Ordering long lead components and having them ship to a central and safe location. Concurrently the site work will begin. Preparing the site to accept the sections or panels in an efficient expedient manner<br />Transportation/installation of the modules or panels: Once completed to the greatest extent possible in the plant the sections or panels are shipped to the site and installed onto the awaiting foundation or slab. They are assembled per the approved plans, and inspected by the local jurisdiction<br />Final finishes: Final finishes are assembled and final connections of the utilities are done. Final finishes can include special solar panels, floor covering, awning attachments, specialized mechanical units, or any items the design team felt better to install on site<br />The Permanent Alternative Construction process is so expedient, once a schedule has been determined there are very few variables that will impact it.<br />Factory built structures<br />Time Savings<br />Traditional construction<br />
  7. 7. ABOUT THE PROCESS<br />Design:<br />The owner, design team, and local jurisdiction will have a pre-submittal meeting to discuss the site requirements, the building design review requirements, and the desired construction goals. By involving the design/build team from the inception of the project, the review communication process is expedited. The project management team works closely with the design team and the owners to offer submittals for color, quality, and approval of standards. <br />Manufacturing & Site Preparation:<br />Once the plans are approved the building sections and panels are being fabricated off-site. <br />At the same time the site is being prepared to accept the prefabricated sections. <br />By preparing the site and the building simultaneously the construction time line is reduced by as much as 50% in many cases.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  8. 8. ABOUT THE PROCESS<br />Final Finishes:<br />The building panels or sections will come from the factory completed as much as possible based on the design criteria. <br />Final finishes are assembled on site in a hybrid construction manner to ensure code compliance, local jurisdictional approvals, and owner acceptance.<br />These finishes are the little intricacies that make the building stand out.<br />Furnishing & Occupancy<br />The building is completed inside and outside and ready for final substantial completion walk through. <br />The accelerated construction schedule of using panelized and off-site manufacturing saves the owners appreciable time on the overall schedule without any sacrifice in quality, lifecycle, sustainability, or architectural design.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  9. 9. ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY<br />Permanent Alternative Construction is inherent to sustainable construction methods. By manufacturing lean, ordering sustainable and energy star building components, and minimizing waste well below traditional site construction methods. According to McGraw-Hill smart market report 77% of architects surveyed reported a significant reduction in waste. 44% of the projects experienced a reduction of 5% or greater. <br />A recycle program has been implemented by Modular Concepts, LLC which takes older buildings that have exceeded their temporary life cycle, and retrofits them back into useable condition for a new location. An average older modular building weighs 20,000 lbs or 10 tons per section. An average section is 750 square feet. By bringing these sections into our recycle program, we have literally diverted hundreds of tons of waste from ending up in the local landfill each year.<br />Retrofit 2,000 sq ft<br />Retrofit 5,000 sq ft<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />Retrofit 20,000 sq ft<br />
  10. 10. ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY<br />Permanent Alternative Construction utilizes many “green” and sustainable building components. It is up to the end user and the design team to incorporate choices that will fit the desired building package, budget, schedule, and overall scheme of the project.<br />Sample design choices:<br />Energy Star Windows with thermal pane and air gap or gas<br />Passive solar design<br />Thermal conditioned basement system<br />Efficient building envelope, with upgraded insulation, and 2 x 6 wall construction<br />Tankless water heater or solar water heater systems<br />High efficiency lighting package<br />Energy Star appliances and mechanical units<br />Photovoltaic power<br />Building wrap, vapor barrier<br />Recycled component (insulation, porch materials, ceiling tiles, studs, floor covering, gypsum)<br />Sustainable landscape design<br />Green roof, recycle steel roof, reflective roof options<br />Awnings and natural lighting options<br />Rain harvesting<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  11. 11. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Permanent Alternative Construction has been utilized by most every industry. Most of time when you are in a building that was built off-site you are not even aware of it. <br />Some common uses for permanent alternative construction:<br />Educational facilities<br />Daycare centers<br />Banks & financial institutions<br />University & adult education<br />Medical and urgent care centers<br />Restaurant and food service<br />Retail (convenience stores, carlots, sales offices)<br />Industrial (aerospace, mini-storage, bio research)<br />Multi-purpose & gymnasium or community center buildings<br />GSA & Federal (Military, research labs, housing, barracks)<br />Correctional Industry<br />Churches and non-profit community organizations<br />Utility company rural field offices and vaults<br />Employee and staff housing for rural or remote areas<br />Multi-family housing<br />
  12. 12. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Education:<br />Daycare centers designed to meet the strict licensing of the local jurisdiction, the State, and the health department. Each center is unique, but also has many common safety and floor plan features. Our design team has provided many daycare and head start centers since 1996. We will help you design a center that will be an asset to the community, and a comfort zone for the parents.<br />K-12 Education has been as much a 42% of our construction in some years. We have designed small campus additions and entire turnkey design/build campuses. The schools have been public, private, and charter. The design team can blend in with the community, or with the existing campus to ensure quicker occupancy. An average school project addition has been completed in 90 days to 180 days. When a project needs to be completed over a school break, factory built construction is the only way to meet the accelerated schedules required. Students and teachers can also function with less site disruption if the addition occurs during the school year.<br />Higher Education requires a more diverse educational design. Quite often our college classrooms accommodate up to 400 students in a lecture hall. Higher ceilings and more open rooms are usually incorporated into the design. There are also many diverse technologies incorporated into a university level classroom. The buildings are indiscernible from adjacent site built structures. <br />Dormitories are common on universities, boarding schools, and private schools. We will be glad to meet with you and share prior designs and incorporate multi-story or single story living facilities.<br />Ancillary structures are supportive structures that are for common use. When we put a design/build campus together the design will also incorporate administrative offices, dining halls/cafeteria, gymnasium, locker rooms, community rooms, library, computer labs, music labs, practice rooms, performing arts centers, and so forth. When we are putting the entire site plan together we will also design outdoor play space and outdoor recreation or parking areas.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  13. 13. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Federal Projects:<br />Federal projects have a wide spectrum of use. Some facilities are for the military and have a standard range of base specific military design criteria, and others are based on best solution. We have been awarded many projects based on providing that “out-of-the-box” space solution for our federal contracting officers. <br />MATOC, JOC, IDIQ, SABER , GSA, and Sole Source are common methods of choosing our team for the next design/build permanent alternative construction project. Our team qualifications offer the full spectrum of construction services. <br />If you need a SCIF military facility, an army chow hall, military barracks, a Veterans Administration clinic addition, remote employee housing for National Park Services, gymnasium for the troops training, remote military village for training, a new post office, a Senior Center for Bureau of Indian Affairs or even a small guard shack or utility vault our team will meet with you for a consultation and free design.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  14. 14. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Medical:<br />Medical projects have a diverse range of uses. Our team has built clinics, hospital additions, behavioral health clinical and outpatient care, vocational therapy, urgent care, physical therapy, and each building is designed to meet the codes and requirements of the regulating health department. ICRA plans are implemented as an overall part of the construction package. <br />Building a new hospital or clinic is a huge undertaking. These large, multifaceted buildings often encompass patient care facilities, surgeries and office spaces. The specifications a hospital needs to meet depend on departments they have, which can include emergency rooms, therapy, facilities, in-patient and out-patient units and more. Most hospitals need to provide parking for patients and their families -- parking facilities are often close to the same square footage as the hospital itself. All of these factors affect the design of the hospital and need to be considered when planning. <br />Our design/build team experts will offer advise and strategic planning for a new facility or a site addition, incorporating the latest technology, and space planning goals.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  15. 15. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Retail:<br />The retail industry is varied and will always offer fun and creative design elements. When designing a new retail project there are many variable that have to be visited in order to help the retail organization be a success. Blending in with the existing community, accurate square footage for the use and occupancy, fun and diverse design elements for racks or shelving, adequate parking, and identifying possible growth potential. <br />Frequently our design/build team will incorporate phased construction so that the owners can see a master plan for future growth and space goals.<br />Retail customers include car lots, grocery retail, trading posts, sales offices, development offices, supply houses, general retail sales, and even unique boutique or resale stores. <br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  16. 16. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Industrial: <br />The industrial industry utilizes concrete floors, high ceilings, and frequently additional security features. <br />This industry includes emergency preparedness, farming and agricultural, warehouse and mini-storage, correctional industry, manufacturing, aero space, military supplies, etc.<br />By constructing the industrial buildings off-site the cost savings are realized in an accelerated occupancy time frame.<br />Food Service:<br />Food services clients include everything from school cafeterias to full service custom restaurant and diners. Food service requires highly specialized experience in design adequate mechanical, electrical, and kitchen equipment design. <br />Our design/build team has provided turnkey kitchen/dining rooms across the Nation.<br />Each venue will be unique to the owners’ special vision and dream.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  17. 17. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Residential:<br />Finding affordable housing in rural or remote areas has always been a challenge for employers. There are higher rates of absenteeism when employees have to travel great distances to reach the work site. <br />Our solution has been to provide quality custom housing in a “mancamp” atmosphere (like barracks), single family homes, and multi-family housing. <br />Each project is custom based on site, size, and budget.<br />Multi-Family Housing:<br />Multi-Family housing is diverse, and requires customization on every level. <br />Let our design-build team help you reach all of your sustainable community goals by incorporating proven successful elements of design into the total residential package. <br />“Out-of-the-box” design is our specialty and we can show you how to obtain affordable housing without sacrificing design flexibility.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  18. 18. ABOUT THE MARKETS<br />Religious:<br />Churches and religious organizations are approximately 35% of the permanent Alternative Construction marketplace. <br />It is critical to have a meeting place, and down time could mean losing families to another church location.<br />Religious organizations enjoy the design flexibility offered by our design-build team. They are able to embellish the architectural style, get high ceilings, and have minimal site disruption during the construction or addition of the new facility.<br />Non-Profit:<br />Non-Profit organizations are frequently working with grant funding and are held highly accountable for the spending of construction funds. <br />Our design-build team has an open book design-build program where all of the cost-estimating and relevant project data are shared openly with the board and the construction team to ensure the funds are spent on the best overall project value. Turnkey projects are successful because they empower the owners’ to take ownership of the project schedule and final budget. <br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />
  19. 19. Case Study:<br />National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park<br />Owner: Department of Interior, National Park Service (Grand Canyon National Park) – Employee Housing<br />Building: 9255 Square ft, under roof including porches and awnings<br />Days to complete: 180<br />Cost: $1,242,694.00<br />Architectural Elements:<br />This project had been under design since the late 1960’s. NPS finally got funds approved to construct the duplexes. The project was bid as a design/build solution. Our approach was to include the high pitch roofs, the sustainable floor covering, energy star appliances, energy star mechanical systems, and also to blend in with the beauty of the surrounding Grand Canyon National Park. We included attractive covered porches to keep the clients out of the bad weather conditions when entering & exiting the duplexes. There is also an attractive homey feeling incorporated into the duplexes with the addition of fireplaces. The restrooms were designed with ADA grab bars and accessibility. The Havasupai tribal members occupy these duplexes. They have been awaiting the (3) duplexes for may years and were so pleased that NPS chose an expedited method of construction. <br />Sustainable Elements:<br />The project was designed with state of the are energy efficiencies as a part of our solutions package. The mechanical is high SEER energy star quality. The floor covering is renewable bamboo floor covering. All of the appliances are energy star rated. The windows are energy star. The porches are made of recycle content product. The insulation values are as high as possible with wood frame construction. The framing is 2 x 6 for better efficiency. By framing the roof sections separately and craning them on site we created a net zero building envelope. <br />Comparable Elements:<br />Our Modular Solution was compared with competitive traditional site construction solutions. The best time line for traditional construction was 18 months, and the closest pricing was $500,000 higher. We were able to accomplish the high pitch roof, accommodate for the unlevel site conditions, the hard dig soil conditions, work through the harsh winter conditions, and get the project completed on time, and within budget. This project was such a success that we were awarded a Vice Presidential commendation from Vice President Joe Biden for quality of workmanship, timely delivery, energy efficiency, and solutions based performance. <br />
  20. 20. Case Study:<br />Department of Veterans Health, Behavioral Health Center<br />Owner: U S Department of Veteran Affairs, Los Angeles Wilshire Campus<br />Building: 30,000 square ft , Clinical and office behavioral health facility<br />Days to complete: 94<br />Cost: $4,356,000.00<br />Architectural Elements:<br />This project was awarded on a sole-source basis for multi-story prefabricated construction. Modular Solutions, Ltd utilized the pre-negotiated GSA pricing for the total design-build package.<br />There was a priority in the design phase that almost every office had to have an exterior window. Our design-build team developed interior courtyards to make this happen. The structural framing was steel, with modular sections. The exterior stucco pattern was reflective of other structures in the adjacent area. The other aspect to the project was the site being very congested. By manufacturing the building components off-site there was very little vehicular and employee traffic impacting this very congested work area. Even the front canopy was constructed off-site. <br />Sustainable Elements:<br />The project was designed to qualify for LEED silver points. While the owner did not chase the certification, they wanted all of the elements to be included in the design. Some items that were critical to points included the natural lighting, the passive solar, the energy star mechanical design, motion sensor room lighting, energy star light fixtures, highest achievable insulation values, additional foam insulation value under stucco, high recycle content of sub components such as insulation, gypsum, renewable bamboo flooring, low flow/waterless plumbing fixtures, reflective white foam roof for additional R-value, employee bike rack, regional materials, and night sky exterior lighting.<br />Comparable Elements:<br />This project was reviewed and compared utilizing the same criteria with traditional construction methods. The construction time line with traditional construction was 18- 24 months, and the project value was over $6,000,000. For this federal agency the permanent alternative construction method was the best value, the fastest method of construction, and the perfect space solution. <br />
  21. 21. Purchasing / Contracting Opportunities:<br />Sole-Source: Modular Solutions,Ltd and On-Site Construction Management, LLC are small businesses. OnSite Construction Management, LLC is SDVOSB/MBE and Modular Solutions, Ltd is DBE.(Native American)<br />Buy Native American: Modular Solutions, Ltd and OnSite Construction Management, LLC are Native American owned. You can purchase your new building from a Native American company and stay within the FAR guidelines for Native American procurement.<br />GSA: Modular Solutions, Ltd and OnSite Construction Management, LLC are GSA contract holders. You may choose to purchase through the DBE or SDVOSB/DBE. Our GSA contract pricing is pre-negotiated and can be highly customized to meet any space or site needs.<br />CES: CES is Cooperative Educational Services. This is a commodity contract for portable buildings in New Mexico. If you have a need for a relocateable building the CES contract is the perfect vehicle for procurement. It will save you time and money. <br />BIA – IDIQ Contract: Modular Solutions, Ltd has an IDIQ for portable classrooms for the Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs. This is a pre-specified scope, floorplan, and pricing structure agreement. <br />Buy American: Modular Solutions, Ltd and OnSite Construction Management, LLC have a design package that is specifically designed to meet the “buy-American” component criteria. All of the parts, pieces, and components are made in the USA, with all of the assembly process done here in the USA. We know that this is the largest source of job creation, and hope that you will implement this into your building design criteria.<br />
  22. 22. CONTACT US<br />Modular Solutions, Ltd<br />Corporate Office:<br />PO Box 15507<br />Phoenix, AZ 85060-5507<br />(602) 952-9741<br />OnSite Construction Management, LLC<br />Corporate Office:<br />PO Box 5167<br />Phoenix, AZ 85010<br />(602) 402-6321<br />Capability Statement Services:<br /><ul><li>Full Service Architectural Firm
  23. 23. General Contracting Firm
  24. 24. Factory Direct Manufacturing Company
  25. 25. Panelized prefabricated systems
  26. 26. Modular prefabricated systems
  27. 27. Steel Buildings
  28. 28. “Hybrid” Construction</li></ul>Mary Hart is the President and primary owner of OnSite Construction Management, LLC.<br />Mary served her country during the Vietnam era. Mary was an officer in the medical nursing program. Her experience and background in medical and administration help her understand the uniquely specialized field of hospital and medical clinics. <br />Mary is the qualifying party for OSCM, and has a diverse background in construction and construction management. <br />Her team consists of an N.C.A.R.B architect that is the senior project manager. Together they will administrate contracts, hire local sub contractors, oversee project costs, keep the project on schedule, and offer building or site development services as required.<br />As an SDVOSB company there are many opportunities or construction management, project oversight, budget analysis, design oversight, and proactive planning.<br />Retrofit 3,000 sq ft<br />Qualification Statement:<br /><ul><li>Key employees over 200 years combined experience
  29. 29. Providing turnkey design-build projects since 1996
  30. 30. Strong experience in federal and specialty construction markets
  31. 31. Project Management team key to our successful project completion record
  32. 32. CAD, BIM, drawing & drafting software for design-build projects
  33. 33. Strong history of repeat and referral clients
  34. 34. Sustainable and “green” building experience</li>

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