Case Study: Schriever Air Force Base

Schriever Air Force Base, 
Colorado Springs, Colorado     

Client required the consolidation of various squadrons into buildings 300, 301, 400, 780, etc. in an effort to reorganize the mission of the 50th Space Wing at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.


This work is needed to accommodate the construction needs of the OG/NOG, Integrated Operations Environment (IOE) and other support organizations. This contract provides services for transition planning and implementation, comprehensive project management, systems furniture design and reconfiguration, technical evaluation, and coordination support for construction efforts accomplished by the various related construction contractor(s)  for the 50 CES at Schriever Air Force Base.


Contract Award:  27 July 2009


Completion: 27 July 2010   


Building Size: 92,470 sq ft

Project value after the modification to increase scope: $1,166,763



  • Transition planning and personal contents move services
  • On-base storage/warehouse management
  • Tear down of existing furniture
  • Removal and transport to storage for reuse
  • DRMO (Defense Re-utilization Marketing Office)
  • Inventory of reusable product
  • Comprehensive project management services
  • Comprehensive interior design services
  • Technical evaluation and FPM services (furniture project management)
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