Capability Statement (1 page)

Capability Statement (5 pages)

 

 




Current Multiple Award
Task Order Contracts:

USPFO for Tennessee 
W912L7-10-D-0008
 
USACE, Kansas City District 
W912DQ-11-R-4012

USPFO for Arkansas
W912JF-14-D-0015 

USPFO for Missouri
W912NS-14-D-0024

USPFO for Mississippi
W9127Q-14-D-0015

Awards
LEED Certified -- leed_2017_certified.png
  • LEED for Building Design & Construction awarded July 2017


Location: Ft. Stewart, Ga.
Size: 74,339 sq. ft.
Complete: March 2016
Owner: Departments of the Army and Air Force National Guard Bureau

Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site Maintenance Facility


LEED Certified (View Credits - Bldg. 1; Credits - Bldg. 2; Credits - Bldg. 3)


Completed in March 2016, this $19.5 million, 74,339 square-foot Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site maintenance facility was built for the Department of the Army National Guard Bureau’s Ft. Stewart base, the largest Army installation east of the Mississippi River.

Located just outside of Savannah, Ga., this project was the first pairing between J&S Construction and the Georgia Army National Guard. The facility includes three separate buildings; each containing maintenance bays, shops, storage, break room and locker rooms.

All three buildings are LEED Certified through USGBC, boosting J&S Construction’s total square footage of LEED certified space to more than 260,000.

Site work for this project included military vehicle parking, private owned vehicle (POV) parking, access aprons, storm water control and detention, sanitary and industrial waste lines, natural gas lines, electrical and telecom lines and other utilities required for a facility of this type. This project also included the installation of overhead cranes and additional overhead crane support; relocation of fuel tank and commissioning of fuel storage tank.

Environmentally friendly features built into the project include translucent wall panels, spray foam insulation, sound attenuation insulation, a radiant floor heating system, low flow water fixtures, a solar water heating system, recycled material content and regional material.

“We were excited to wrap up J&S Construction’s largest-ever contract,” said Jack Stites, president of J&S Construction. “Our team continues to impress me day by day with its abilities. These men and women are asked to leave their homes and their families to go on the road and never complain. It is a true testament to the devotion our employees have to this company.”

J&S Construction was selected by the National Guard from numerous proposals because of its low-cost solutions, which has also shown to be effective for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.