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Awards

 

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  • LEED for New Construction awarded March 2011

 

  • Silver Award - $5.01-$15 Million Project - Associated General Contractors of TN, Middle TN Branch 


News Release
5th Group facility receives LEED Gold designation

Letters of Recommendation
Letter 1
Letter 2
Location: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Size: 50,049 SF
Complete: August 2010
Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Equipment Maintenance and Supply Complex


LEED Gold Certified (View Credits)

J&S Construction completed construction of the $13 million Equipment Maintenance and Supply Complex for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in August 2010. This complex consists of six new buildings as well as additions to two existing structures, which total more than 50,000 square feet of construction.

  • Two – Tactical Equipment and Maintenance Facilities (12,433 sf each)
  • Two – Deployment Equipment Storage Buildings (7,250 sf each)
  • Two – Petroleum, Oils and Lubricants Storage Rooms (540 sf each)
  • One – SCUBA Building Addition (6,267 sf)
  • One – HALO Chute Ops and HALO Pack Area Addition (3,336 sf)


An energy model was utilized in designing the building to reduce the energy usage by 49 percent through the building envelope, heating and cooling, lighting and domestic water heating.

The two Tactical Equipment and Maintenance Facilities are LEED Gold Certified with energy-efficient design including Variable Refrigerant Flow mechanical systems, polyurethane spray foam insulation at all perimeter walls, low flow water closets and urinals, motion/occupancy sensors on all light fixtures, and high efficiency light fixtures. Energy savings for the new facility are expected to be in excess of $19,000 annually, giving USACE a five-year payback on all energy-efficient investments.

These buildings are the first LEED Gold Certified buildings at Ft. Campbell, as well as marking the first LEED Gold Certification for USACE, Louisville District. 

J&S Construction was also awarded the Commander Coin of Excellence from Colonel Keith Landry at the 2010 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Construction Roundtable Conference, a conference held for contractors, designers, suppliers and government officials. This coin is awarded at the discretion of the Commanding Officer for excellent performance in service to USACE.


Customer Satisfaction:


“The overall performance of this contractor is excellent! Contractor exhibits professionalism and does an excellent job with quality and safety. J&S Construction has emphasized quality in their work. They followed their excellent Quality Control Plan and were able to do this by taking pride in what they were doing, having solid quality control staff, and supplying an adequate amount of quality control tests..”  
~ Mohammad F. Ibrahim, Contracting Officer, USACE