Case Study: Aviano AFB Hospital, Italy

Aviano AFB, Italy


Client required the reevaluation of a five-year-old CID package.  

 

All parties were interviewed and new requirements were incorporated into the design. Product provisioning included international shipping and customs. The initial outfitting of this project was multi-phased to accommodate the construction schedule. Our team successfully managed unexpected construction delays and interactions with Italian authorities. Our logistics plan offered maximum flexibility,  and as a result, the obstacles listed above did not impact the schedule or our successful execution of this contract.

 

Contract Award:  
September 23, 2005 

 

Project Value: $2,097,558


Completion: 
May 10, 2007

 

Scope:

  • Project Management Services
  • Interior Design
  • Comprehensive Furnishing and Fixtures Services
  • Transition Plan
  • Physical Move
  • Warehousing
  • Logistics
  • Asset Inventory
  • DRMO
  • Final Turnover and Closeout
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