Capability Statement (1 page)

Capability Statement (5 pages)



Current Multiple Award
Task Order Contracts:

USPFO for Tennessee 
USACE, Kansas City District 

USPFO for Arkansas

USPFO for Missouri

USPFO for Mississippi
Location: Ft. Hood, Texas
Size: 32,360 sq. ft.
Complete: July 2015
Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Maintenance Complex

LEED Silver Certified (View Credits)

This project was J&S Construction's first contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District. J&S Construction broke ground in December 2013 on this $11.4 million contract which included construction of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Maintenance Complex at Ft. Hood, located just 70 miles north of Austin, Texas.

The 32,360 square-foot complex consists of a 17,444 square-foot Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF), a 4,200 square-foot Organizational Storage Building (OSB), a 358 square-foot Hazardous Waste Storage Building (HWSB), a 358 square-foot Paint Oil Liquids (POL) Storage Building and a 10,000 square-foot Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Container Storage Building.

The TEMF received LEED Silver Certification by USGBC in January 2016. Environmentally friendly features include Ft. Hood’s first geothermal well field for heating and cooling purposes, transpired solar wall panel system, skylights, solar hot water, spray foam insulation, air barrier system, radon piping system, low flow water fixtures, energy recovery units, occupancy sensors, low VOC and recycled materials.

The complex houses not one, but two U.S. Army Companies of maintenance personnel and ancillary heavy equipment. This required designing and constructing a facility that not only maximized the space available, but also needed to be ergonomically sound and practical in its layout of offices, service bays, training facilities and conference rooms, etc., to accommodate the additional personnel.

A total of 169,897 man hours were logged for this project.

“This will truly be one of the greatest facilities I have ever had the pleasure to work in my 15 years of service … Our greatest resource is our Soldiers, but they are only as good as their equipment and training. You have enabled us with the ability to better train and equip our troops for current and future conflicts.”

--- Battalion Maintenance Officer Byron J. Hines, CW2, OD