September 18th, 2014 · by RQ Construction · Award, Press, Project Award

Sterile Processing Department

RQ Construction is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the $6,681,000 renovation of Sterile Processing Department Building 1 at Naval Medical Center San Diego. This extensive renovation constitutes a complete reconfiguration of the existing sterilization processing department including the receiving / decontamination, pre-sterile, sterile, offices, and support functions. The task order also contains one planned modification which would increase cumulative task order value to $6,998,100.

August 30th, 2014 · by RQ Construction · Award, Press, Project Award

SOF Sustainment Complex

RQ Construction, partnered with DPR Hardin Construction Co., LLC / Whitesell-Green Inc., Joint Venture, is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the $27,546,924 Special Operations Forces Sustainment Training Complex at MCB Camp Lejeune. The work to be performed provides for the construction of a sustainment training complex and miscellaneous supporting structures/ utilities/infrastructure for small arms and breaching activities required for East coast-based units assigned to U. S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command.

June 30th, 2014 · by RQ Construction · Award, News, Press, Project Award

Reverse Osmosis Cuba 6.19

RQ Construction, Prime Subcontractor to URS, is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the design and construction of the removal and replacement of four of the six existing reverse osmosis process units and accompanying process equipment in the Windward Desalination Plant, which is the source water for Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. This contract for NAVFAC Southeast totals $10,819,000 and anticipates completion in July of 2016.

June 11th, 2014 · by RQ Construction · Award, MCB Camp Pendleton, News, Press, Project Award

Airfield Lighting 6.6

RQ Construction, partnered with Bergelectric, is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the design and construction of the Repair and Relocation of Airfield Lighting at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. The purpose of this project is to repair by replacement the existing Airfield Lighting System and construct a new lighting vault. This contract – valued at $4,598,560 – is being performed for NAVFAC Southwest. Completion is planned for June 2015.

April 28th, 2014 · by RQ Construction · Award, News, Press

SAME Award 2014 TASS Exterior TASS Classroom TASS Training Room TASS Training Kitchen

RQ is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the 2014 SAME San Diego Post Project of Excellence for the Total Army School System Training Center project at Camp Parks in Dublin, California. The Total Army School System (TASS) Training Center project was designed and built to serve the 80th Training Division of the Army Reserves. This 48,649 square foot project is comprised of three facilities – a Training Center, a Vehicle Maintenance Shop, and a Storage Building. The Training Center was completed safely, on time, and within budget, with a final rating of “Above Average” from our client.

The TASS Training Center and the Vehicle Maintenance Shop both achieved LEED Gold Certification. RQ’s experience and understanding of the specific site and climate of Dublin, California permitted appropriate primary passive design strategies, materials, and building systems to maximize energy reduction of the TASS Training Center at Camp Parks. The Training Center accomplished a 40% energy reduction, while the Vehicle Maintenance Shop achieved 45%.

This project had no lost time incidents in 76,308 manhours worked. A project specific safety plan was developed by the team to ensure that all safety aspects were addressed. Prior to entering the Base, all subcontractors completed online ATFP Level 1 training in order to work on-site. Subcontractors were also required to complete a job site orientation in which they were educated on the RQ expectations and safety requirements. In an effort to keep safety at the forefront of the minds of all construction personnel, weekly ‘all hands’ meetings were held, covering various relevant safety topics.

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