Procon was one of three firms awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide construction management services to the Architect of the Capitol (AOC). The base plus four-year construction management contracts are for construction projects on the U.S. Capitol Campus, at the AOC’s Fort Meade facility in Maryland, and at the Blue Plains Complex in southeast Washington, DC. Construction management services required will include project management, inspection, scheduling, claims analysis and defense, quality control and assurance, testing, change order management and other CM tasks. Procon was the sole small business awarded a contract under this solicitation.
Procon provides similar IDIQ construction management services and repairs and alterations construction management for the Department of Homeland Security at its Nebraska Avenue Complex, for the Department of State Repairs and Alteration program, and for the National Institute of Standards and Technology at its Gaithersburg, Maryland campus.
Procon has been hired by the U.S. House of Representatives to provide office space planning for the transition to the 115th session of Congress. Procon is assisting with the overall project planning efforts including office design, modular furniture layouts, office renovations, project development and updating schedules for the upcoming transition. Procon is responsible for maintaining communications with a variety of stakeholders and customers in the House ensuring the complete satisfaction on all aspects of the project.
Procon also provides ongoing support to the U.S. House of Representatives with space and furniture planning for over 250 office suites within its jurisdiction in House Office Buildings as well as the U.S. Capitol Building, and provides construction management to the U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms for its state office security program.
The DC Department of General Services has awarded a task order to Procon to provide support for its electronic project management system. The Public Safety Cluster of the Capital Construction Services division of DGS is seeking to improve and streamline the use of its existing Prolog-based system used by 50 project managers for about 200 construction and repair projects. Procon’s support will allow the Public Safety Cluster to better monitor, track, and analyze its Capital Construction Program, and will improve program oversight and reporting. Procon’s services will include data support, report development, implementation, and user training and support.
Procon has extensive experience and capability in web-based construction management tools and applications, particularly with Prolog based systems. Procon is under contract to the U.S. General Services Administration to provide development, support, training, and implementation services for its nationwide web-based electronic project management system. Procon was integral in the development of the GSA program from its inception which has been used on approximately 20,000 large and small projects.
The U.S. General Services Administration has awarded Procon a contract to provide construction management services for renovations to the Fritz Lanham Federal Office Building in Fort Worth, Texas. The Design-Build project will include the replacement of all sanitary sewer waste and vent stacks and laterals, replacement of existing sprinkler piping, and renovation of restrooms. The 770,000 GSF building which houses multiple federal tenants including Social Security, The Army Corps of Engineers, and the IRS, will remain occupied during the project. Completed in 1966, the building has 14 floors and underground parking.
The Procon team in Forth Worth will provide comprehensive construction management during all phases of the project. Procon is particularly adept managing projects in occupied buildings that need to remain optional for both employees and visitors. Over the years Procon has developed proactive communication, coordination, and quality assurance best practices that help avoid, minimize, and mitigate construction impacts on clients and tenants.
The District of Columbia Department of General Services has hired Procon to develop a Program of Requirements for a new consolidated Fire Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) Fleet Maintenance, Ready Reserve Fleet and Reserve Fleet facility. This document will guide designers and project managers as they develop designs for the new maintenance facility.The existing facility is collocated with Engine Company No.7 in a building located at 1103 Half Street in Southwest Washington. The site consists of a 37,000 SF, multi-wing facility developed in the 1960s and houses a vehicle repair shop and a two-story administrative and instruction wing.
The current facility is not large enough to handle the volume of apparatus requiring scheduled preventative maintenance and repairs which results in prolonged out-of-service status on emergency vehicles. The Program of Requirements will identify not only the overall needs for the facility but will also help improve and streamline work process sequencing and adjacencies.
Procon is teaming with Maintenance Design Group to develop the Program of Requirements for the FEMS facility.