As a task order (TO) under the Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC), USACE Seattle District contracted Bristol to design and construct an $8.7M 18,000-square-foot (SF) Small TEMF at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The TEMF houses operations for the purpose of maintaining and repairing vehicles. The facility includes a large open area with a 10-ton crane for working on vehicles inside the building; additional rooms for the administrative personnel; mechanical; electrical; and communication areas; and latrines. The facility utilizes a pre-engineered metal that was selected to provide maximum cost savings to the government, as well as minimize lead time and maximize efficiency in construction. The building sits on a reinforced concrete slab with overhead roll-up doors and a seamed metal roof. 

In addition to the TEMF, the project included the construction of three outbuildings (2,800 SF organizational storage building, 131 SF petroleum oil and lubricants [POL] and a 131 SF hazardous waste storage building). The contracted duration for both the design and construction of the facility was 365 days. Bristol was able to meet this short duration by splitting the schedule into two packages – civil/structural and vertical package. This allowed the team to begin work on the site before the vertical package was complete, giving the team the ability to successfully complete the project in the 365-day duration.

Client: USACE

Location: Washington

service line: Vertical Construction
contract amount: $8,700,000
Award Date: September 2010
completed date: November 2011