EMCOR contracts starting to pile up across the nation.
These projects involve the maintenance, upgrading, management and operation of "mission critical" facilities across the country and highlight EMCOR's expertise in providing a wide range of high quality, consistent and reliable facilities services solutions.
"There is no doubt that there's a high degree of expertise required to properly maintain and optimize today's sophisticated facilities", said Frank T. MacInnis, chairman and CEO of EMCOR.
"Because facilities are among the most significant assets and cost centers of virtually every organization, our customers continue to seek innovative ways to manage their facilities expenditures more effectively. By taking over responsibility for facilities management so our customers can concentrate on their core businesses, we are assisting them in gaining a competitive edge."
EMCOR's new facilities services projects include The World Bank in Washington, D.C. where EFS has been awarded a five year (with four option years) contract to provide facilities management services for The World Bank's 3.8 million square feet of space.
As part of the project, EFS will manage a delivery team of over 200 professionals, providing a solution that effectively streamlines the activities of various contracts by reducing by two-thirds the number of specialty contractors serving The World Bank.
At Lackland Air Force Base in Lackland, Texas, the United States Air Force has awarded EFS a contract to provide system improvements, boiler replacement and upgrading of air-handling units to the United States Air Force Wilford Hall Medical Center located at Lackland AFB. One of EMCOR's local subsidiaries is serving as the general contractor and will manage the modernization of these HVAC systems.
In another contract, EFS will provide general maintenance services to 280 Stop and Shop Supermarkets in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut, under a38-month contract award.
The Bureau of State Office Buildings Massachusettshas awarded EFS a three-year contract that includes 24/7 remote monitoring for over 1.8 million square feet in Boston, Massachusetts. This four-building complex, referred to as the Boston Government Center, includes the McCormack Building, the Massachusetts State House, the Charles Hurley Building and the Erich Lindemann Building. EFS will also provide mechanical and electrical operations and maintenance services.
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|Title Annotation:||Construction & Design: Section B|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Sep 20, 2006|
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