ORLANDO, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Conti Federal Services, a leading U.S. government construction and engineering firm specializing in military and secure construction, has been awarded an $8,445,000 contract for building renovations of Air Force Maintenance Hangar Building #1643 at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base (NASJRB) in Fort Worth, Texas.
Awarded by the 301st Contracting Flight, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, the renovation will support the F-35 aircraft. The contract calls for the demolition of the existing infrastructure as well as construction, renovation, and incidental related work.
“We’re elated to have the opportunity to continue our impact at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth,” said Peter Ceribelli, CEO of Conti Federal. “Our team is currently on site constructing an F-35A Flight Simulator facility and a Squadron Operations and Aircraft Maintenance Unity facility, and we look forward to continuing to build great relationships with our military partners at the NASJRB as well as with our local subcontractors.”
The expected completion date for this project is April 2024.
Conti Federal has extensive renovation experience, including recent awards from the United States Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District for a barracks restoration project at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Europe Africa Central (EURAFCENT) project to renovate the Naval Air Station in Sigonella, Italy.
About Conti Federal Services
Conti Federal Services is a leading global construction and engineering company with roots dating back to 1906. The company has delivered some of the most demanding projects for the U.S. federal government, specializing in military and secure construction, critical infrastructure, environmental remediation, and disaster response and recovery. Conti Federal is dedicated to ensuring clients meet mission success while committing to its core values of safety, integrity, and compliance. To learn more, visit www.contifederal.com.