Facility Support Services, LLC (FSS) was recently awarded a $5.9M contract for the Wallops Island Fire Station project located at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, Virginia. The project is for the new construction a 16,900 square-foot Fire Station designed to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Silver standards.
The scope includes the demolition of existing facilities, installation of a precast concrete pile footing system, miscellaneous site work including asphalt and concrete paving, and construction of storm water retention ponds.
In addition, work includes exterior construction of precast concrete panels, glass and metal storefront and curtain wall systems, pre-engineered metal trusses with metal roofing panels, installing coiling overhead doors and various mechanical and electrical systems, and completing interior architectural finishes.
University of Pittsburgh Awards Classroom Renovations to FSS
FSS was recently awarded a contract for multiple classroom renovations at the University of Pittsburgh’s David Lawrence Hall and the Cathedral of Learning. This project has a quick turnaround to ensure occupancy by August 2015. Currently, FSS is on site at David Lawrence Hall completing the interior renovation of the Auditorium.
FSS Awarded Three Renovation Projects at Duquesne University
Duquesne University has awarded three interior renovation projects to FSS. These projects include the Laval House improvements, 4th Floor Ball Room at the Union Building and the College Hall Office Suite renovations. All three projects are scheduled to be completed by July 2015.