APSI was selected to provide construction management services for the Atascadero State Hospital Air Handler and Roof Replacements project. This $50 million, design-bid-build project for the Department of General Services is phased over five years. The project includes the replacement of existing air handlers and roof, without interruption to the hospital’s 24-hour operations. We look forward to continuing our relationship with DGS!
Nicholas Koehler joins APSI as Project Engineer at our California Correctional Institution, Tehachapi project for the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation. Nicholas has over 10 years of experience in the construction industry and we are happy to have him on our team.
Arash Khoshtinat recently joined APSI as Scheduler II at our Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) project. Arash is a civil engineer with over 17 years of experience in the construction industry focusing on concrete, steel structure, transportation and scheduling. Welcome aboard Arash!
Roberto Molina and Neal Wickham both recently joined APSI on our Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Master Plan Implementation project. Roberto joins us as e-Builder Administrator with over 14 years of extensive knowledge and experience in information technology. Neal brings 25 years of extensive scheduling experience for projects in the $40 to $200 million range. Welcome aboard Roberto and Neal!
APSI supported the Families Forward food drive this past week October by donating several cases of low sodium soup and peanut butter from their wish list. In addition, we volunteered at grocery stores to encourage shoppers to donate to the cause. Families Forward helps ~7,000 low-income adults and children with food each year. For more information, please visit: www.families-forward.org
APSI is excited to announce that we were awarded GSA’s National BPA to provide Construction Management Services, Program/Project Management Services and Building/Lease Inspection Services for all federal facilities within the US. This Small Business BPA includes all GSA Regions. We look forward to continuing our relationship with GSA!
APSI was proud to be a part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new $82.4 million H Wing of Building 245. It was a beautiful day to celebrate the completion of this new state of the art facility.
“Every type of health care in the U.S. that depends on radiation relies on the measurements done at the NIST Radiation Physics Building,” said Deputy Secretary of Commerce Karen Dunn Kelley. “Which is why it is so important that this addition is now complete and ready for use.”