Our government requires facilities that meet their special function and security needs. Kiewit Building Group has delivered facilities ranging from barracks for service personnel to military command centers and airplane hangars. Our team of building professionals is efficient and precise, meeting demanding schedules and exceeding our clients’ expectations. When needed, we have security clearance approved personnel available for confidential and top-secret projects. Kiewit Building Group is proud to offer its services for government projects – it is an honor to serve in the best way we know how.
Fast-track, design-build project with Kiewit Building Group of a 276 person barracks. This 100,000+ SF, three-story building is comprised of two bedroom apartments with a full kitchen and dining area, and a core unit with the lobby, mail room, recycling and vending. The second story houses the generously sized recreation area with large south-facing windows that provide a commanding view of the Alaska Range.
Kiewit Construction Company successfully delivered Phase I of this project, an $8 million design-assist contract to renovate the Global Operations Center at USSTRATCOM, with zero recordable incidents. Following Phase I completion, the team was awarded Phase II, a follow-on contract to be completed in late summer 2006.
The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers awarded Kiewit Building Group a $27 million contract to build the new Air Force Weather Agency headquarters. The team constructed a four-story, 188,000-square-foot data center and office building to accommodate the Air Force’s global weather functions.
Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities awarded Kiewit Building Group Inc., a subsidiary of Kiewit Corporation, to construct the 134,000-square-foot Anchorage Sport Fish Hatchery. Once complete, the hatchery will be the largest sport fish hatchery in North America to date.
This $56 million project for the U.S. Navy involved renovating and constructing 440,000 sq. ft. of base structures. New construction included a tactical support facility housing a training center and flight simulator, helicopter pads, and training and hazardous waste facilities. All work was performed while minimizing impacts to the Navy's existing adjacent operations.
Kiewit Pacific Co. constructed both the $7.8 million Hickam Air Force Base Dormitory and the $5.2 million Hickam Hanger Complex for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The dormitory is a three-story, 38,300-sq.-ft. building to house enlisted military personnel. Construction of the hangar involved upgrading the fire alarm and sprinkler systems for Hangars 34 and 35.