The APSI and SIRIS USA teams had an amazing time representing our joint venture SA3 at the 2021 SAME Federal Small Business Conference in Atlanta this year. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth, and we look forward to seeing you in Nashville in 2022!
APSI announces the recent award of the GSA Region 9 restroom renovation project at the Robert F. Peckham Federal Building in San Jose, CA. This renovation includes improvements to all public and staff restrooms on the first, second, and third floors. We are excited to be working back at the Peckham building and looking forward to getting started on this project. Great work team!
GSA Region 9 awarded APSI the 801 I Street Elevator Renovation and Modernization project at the Sacramento Federal Building in Sacramento, CA. We will be providing construction management services for this design-build project. We are excited to be part of this highly collaborative project and are looking forward to continuing our decades long relationship with GSA Region 9!
APSI was recently selected to partner with the GSA to provide construction management services for the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Kansas City Field Office New Campus. The new campus of buildings includes a three-story office building, an annex building for automotive maintenance, a visitor screening building and covered parking for specialty vehicles, and will create a total of 137,000 rentable square feet. APSI is excited to begin work on this project and work with GSA Region 6 to build an outstanding facility for the FBI!
GSA Region 9 awarded APSI the FBI 12th and 13th Floor Renovation at the Phillip Burton Federal Building and Courthouse in San Francisco, CA. We will be providing construction management services for this design-bid-build project. We look forward to getting started and building on our 3 decade long relationship with GSA region 9!
APSI was recently selected to provide project management services for the restoration of Second Bank of the United States. Constructed between 1819-1824, the Second Bank of the United States is a National Historic Landmark; a prominent visual feature within the landscape of Independence National Historical Park and a recognized landmark within the City of Philadelphia. The purpose of the project is to replace the roof, repair the stone walls, and replace the wood windows of the building. Our team will be working carefully with the Secretary of Interior Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties to ensure all historical elements are preserved and maintained. We are excited for the opportunity to work on such an important project!
APSI is thrilled to announce that we have been awarded another project with the National Park Service – the renovation of the iconic Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC. We are excited to partner with the National Park Service and SIRIS LLC to provide construction management services. We are grateful for the opportunity to work on such an important memorial in our capitol city and look forward to continuing our relationship with NPS!
APSI in a joint venture with Sixth Dimension, recently completed this $73.6 million, design-bid-build jail housing addition that provides 576 new beds in eight housing units as well as program spaces for inmates, administration and staff support spaces and a public entrance with video visitation. The addition consists of a single-story administration and public entrance area and a two-story, four level inmate housing unit with a connection to the existing jail. APSI provided construction management, including scheduling, estimating, and inspection services as well as the procurement and implementation and training of Procore, the online collaborative document project controls systems. Congratulations to our team on a job well done!
APSI was recently awarded another construction project with the National Park Service – the Structural Flood Mitigation for Visitor and Employee Safety, at Cottonwood Cove in Lake Mead. This project consists of the construction of structural flash flood mitigation, and it is anticipated that these structural flood mitigation components require construction of new diversion dikes and new diversion channels within Ranger Wash, above the Cottonwood Cove developed area. The proposed diversion system will provide additional flood protection beyond that provided by the existing system of dikes and channels that are currently in place. This updated system will divert approximately 60% to 75% of flood waters away from the existing drainages that flow directly into the developed area to a cove north of Cottonwood Cove where it can discharge directly into Lake Mohave without affecting visitors, employees, or property. We are looking forward to continuing our relationship with NPS and working on yet another national park!
Kiko Suarez Gonzalez, PE, MBA, REM, joins APSI as Project Manager in Puerto Rico on our Department of Labor Job Corps Facilities Maintenance Program contract. Kiko has over 20 years of experience in construction and facilities management and engineering on public and private projects locally and internationally. This experience will be valuable to the APSI team and we are excited to have him on board. Welcome Kiko!