Black & Veatch led an on-site charrette for programming the support facilities for a Polish EIS. Joint inspection of the existing site facilities with both Europe District personnel and Missile Defense Agency representatives preceded the creation of a list of facilities to be used during construction and/or for long-term occupation. Other participants in the charrette included Polish Army representatives as well as representatives from Installation Management Command (IMCOM) headquarters and IMCOM Europe.
Black & Veatch is a leader in the planning and design of “Smart Cities-Smart Base” elements for Federal and DoD installations and was tasked with providing Photovoltaic Systems Engineering Services for the U.S. Embassy in Valletta, Malta, and the U.S. Embassy in Djibouti, Djibouti; and Photovoltaic and Wind Resources Data Collection for the U.S. Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.
Black & Veatch has performed numerous Facility/Asset Management planning efforts at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas including multiple Facility Utilization Studies (FUS) for the installation and tenant organizations including the Combined Arms Center (CAC) and Command and General Staff College (CGSC). These surveys provide the raw data required to update the existing Real Property Inventory, validate the stationing data for the installation, and provided a basis for the ongoing management of space allocation.
The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) competitively awarded Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp. (Black & Veatch) one of its Biological Threat Reduction Integrating Contracts (BTRIC) in 2008. The 5-year IDIQ contract (with a 5-year option) has a collective ceiling of $4B among the five selected contractors. DTRA also competitively awarded Black & Veatch (Integrating Contractor) the first task order under BTRIC, BTRIC TO1 in Ukraine in 2008.
Black & Veatch has developed the full design documents for the U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) headquarters facilities. Black & Veatch is currently assisting in the bidding process and will continue to support the project during construction.
This unique facility, linking the new headquarters to the existing Whitelaw Facility includes: