Government   /  Whiteman AFB, AE1 / AE3 Services

The Defense Health Agency (DHA) and the Services (Army, Navy, Air Force) utilizes the Integrated Design-Build-Initial Outfitting (iDBIO) MATOC to execute its health facility restoration, modernization and outfitting program(s). DHA/Service and the USACE require the services of a qualified 3rd Party Architect-Engineer firm (AE3) to provide support and conduct technical reviews for the duration of the iDBIO contract. Altus, as the AE3 is providing timely reviews of design and construction submittals/shop drawings, and in essence is providing those reviews on behalf of the Government.

This MEDCON project is large and complex in nature, and a thorough understanding of the iDBIO SOW, NFPA Codes, JACHO Standards (Joint Commission), UFC 04- 510-01, FGI Guidelines and USACE Quality Assurance Regulations including ER- 1180-1-6 is critical. The AE3 team is viewed as an asset to the design-build team  to ensure costly mistakes and change orders are avoided and potential issues are addressed proactively ahead of time. The combined specialties of the entire team bring a unique and comprehensive skill set to the project that otherwise might not be possible.

Client:
US Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District

Location:

Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

Construction Cost Limit: $22,899,000
Task Order Value: $230,758
Gross Square Feet: 101,398 SF
Specialized Experience:
• Application of Standards and Codes
• Code Review
• Constructability
• Cost Estimating
• Cost Justification
• Design Analysis
• Design Development
• Economic Analysis
• Engineering Calculations
• Field Survey
• QA
• Response to RFIs
• Review of Submittals
• Systems Coordination
• Time Estimates

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