Faithful+Gould awarded $12 million USACE task order contract for Schofield Barracks, HI

Ron Pruzinsky
Faithful+Gould, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, as part of BTF Solutions with joint venture partner Covalus, was awarded a $12 million task order contract by United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Huntsville Engineering and Support Center for medical outfitting and transition services for the new U.S. Army Health - Behavioral Health and Dental Clinic, Schofield Barracks in O’ahu, Hawaii.

“Learning from our experience with overseas projects such as Camp Zama in Japan, and the Camp Humphreys clinics and the Yongsan Hospital Relocation in Korea, we are well prepared to deliver this project within schedule and budget,” said Ron Pruzinsky, Vice President, Faithful+Gould.

Providing planning, procurement and transition support, Faithful+Gould will assist in the relocation of several medical facilities to a new facility of more than 73,000 square-feet, with capacity to serve 30,000 beneficiaries.

“This project directly impacts the readiness and healthcare available to the soldiers, sailors, airmen and their families throughout the Pacific region,” said Jack Collins, Program Manager, Faithful+Gould. “Our teams both on-site in Hawaii and in Dallas understand the importance of this project, and are ready to provide world-class support to our military.”

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