S&P and AMG To Build $38.5 Million In New Construction at Fort Hood


S&P and AMG To Build $38.5 Million In New Construction at Fort Hood   | Fort Hood, Satterfield, Pontikes, AMG,

Texas Business reports:  AUSTIN—The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a design-build contract to the joint venture of Satterfield & Pontikes Construction Inc. (S&P) in Austin and AMG Contractors LLC in San Antonio for the construction of Operations Readiness Training Complex facilities at Fort Hood, Texas.

The $38,503,000 project, which includes the construction of four new buildings, is expected to be completed in the summer of 2014.

New facilities will include a one-story battalion headquarters (11,237 SF), two-story officers quarters building (22,579 SF) and two 4-story barracks (61,116 SF each). The project includes sustainable design and development to achieve a LEED Silver rating for each building.

Department of Defense antiterrorism standards also will be provided. Technology systems will include building information, fire protection and alarm, and energy monitoring and control connections. Along with construction of the new structural steel frame buildings with concrete floor system and brick veneer exterior, site development work includes earthwork, utilities, lighting, paving and parking, screen walls, landscaping, storm drainage and signage.

The S&P-AMG team was one of 21 firms to pursue the competitively bid project. Architectural and engineering services will be provided by STV, Inc. The contract will be administered by the Fort Worth District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.