Our CEO, Atul Apte, and our Director of Project Controls, Sharad Mathur, had a great time presenting Delay Claims Forensic Schedule Analysis with Partial or Missing Schedule Data to the OC Bar Association yesterday. We were happy to share our knowledge on this subject and look forward to more presentations in the future!
APSI, as part of the HDR team, was recently awarded the construction management services contract to provide a variety of upgrades to District wastewater treatment plants, pumping plants, sewer lines, and landfills. The Districts manage the wastewater and solid waste needs of over 5.1 million people in Los Angeles County. We look forward to working on this contract and continuing our relationship with HDR and Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts!
APSI was recently awarded an on-call contract to provide project controls, scheduling, estimating, system enhancements, and report writing to the Port of Long Beach. This port is the second busiest port in the United States. Our team has worked consistently with the Port since the 1990's and we look forward to continuing our relationship!
APSI was recently selected for this 5-year contract to provide construction management services for various projects throughout the County. Project types include new construction and remodeling existing buildings. We look forward to this contract and building our relationship with Stanislaus County!
APSI was recently awarded a construction management and commissioning contract at the Edward R. Roybal Federal Office Building and U.S. Courthouse in Los Angeles, CA. This project includes audio-video infrastructure upgrades of ten existing courtrooms and ancillary spaces on four separate floors. The building will remain fully operational throughout the project. We look forward to working on this project and continuing our relationship with GSA!
APSI was recently awarded the construction management services contract to repair and upgrade 14 housing units impacted by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. The damage forced the relocation of some park housing occupants to US mainland parks due to the unavailability of a place to live on St. John. The remaining occupants reside in housing that is minimally sufficient to their needs. The purpose of this project is to bring the units to current NPS housing standards, building codes, severe storm resiliency, and high-efficiency standards. We look forward to working on this project and continuing our relationship with NPS!
APSI was recently awarded the Consolidation of Hospital Police project for the Department of State Hospitals through the Department of General Services (DGS). This $17 million project in an operational psychiatric hospital includes demolition of 5 buildings and construction of a new building and emergency dispatch center as well as roadwork and off-site utilities. We look forward to this project and continuing our relationship with DGS!
APSI was recently awarded the construction management services contract to oversee the repairs of the existing dock at Fort Sumpter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park in Charleston, SC. Fort Sumter is a sea fort built on an artificial island and Fort Moultrie is a series of fortifications on Sullivan's Island, both protecting Charleston, South Carolina, from naval invasion. This project includes a new fender system, replacement of damaged concrete deck panels, select reinforcement of the piers, and repairs to the dock's electrical and lighting systems. We look forward to working on this project continuing our relationship with NPS!
Corporate Match Success! As part of our 2020 giving campaign, APSI matched donations from employees to organizations in the regions we work in. With your help a total of $2,410 was donated to four organizations including Alameda County Community Food Bank, Star of Hope, Orangewood Foundation, and Central California Food Bank. Thank you to everyone who donated!
APSI was recently awarded the construction management and commissioning services contract for the new, $68 million US Courthouse in Huntsville, Alabama. The 123,000 sf Federal Courthouse includes District, Magistrate and Bankruptcy courtrooms, as well as office spaces for clerks, U.S. Probation, USMS, and the Bankruptcy Administrator. GSA intends the design of the new courthouse to be neoclassical/Greek revival in style, in keeping with other recent federal courthouses in the State of Alabama.