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Contract Awarded in Fort Lee Expansion
July 1, 2008

Hankins and Anderson, Inc. will provide engineering design services for Balfour Beatty Construction under a Multiple Award Task Order Contract awarded by the US Army Corps of Engineers in Norfolk for the new TA5 Central Campus to be constructed at Fort Lee, Virginia. The proposed $196.5 million training facilities complex will encompass approximately 774,000 gross square feet. The development includes five Central Campus buildings including Track, Wheel & Armament and Electronics Training Departments. This is the first of two construction phases for the TA5 Central Campus at Fort Lee.

Hankins and Anderson will provide civil, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, telecommunications, structural, sustainable and anti-terrorism/force protection design services for the primary Central Campus Ordinance Training Facilities.

The contract for the Base Re-Alignment and Closure (BRAC) program is within the jurisdiction of the Norfolk District and North Atlantic Division Corps of Engineers, including facilities at Fort Eustis, Fort Monroe, Fort Story, Langley Air Force Base and the Defense General Supply Center. Hankins and Anderson is currently providing engineering design services for the $110 million Logisitics University facilities at Fort Lee, with a total of 397,000 square feet. The new University will be home for the Army Logistics Management College in addition to providing logistics leadership education for the Army’s non-commissioned officers, warrant officers and logistics officers.

Fort Lee, Virginia is becoming the central location for Army sustainment training. As of September 17, 2007 Fort Lee’s population was over 14,000 students and personnel. Once the BRAC program is completed in 2011, Fort Lee is anticipated to have more than 22,000 students and personnel located at the state-of-the-art facilities. ##


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