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"Our team strategized throughout the proposal process to creatively incorporate value-added enhancements into our design, which significantly increases energy efficiency and reduces overall life-cycle facility costs for the Navy," commented John Fern, Senior Program Manager for ECC. "We are proud to deliver state-of-the-art, sustainable, and highly functional facilities to the Marines and Sailors at MCBH."
dck-ecc integrated creative strategies into the state-of-the-art Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver-certifiable facilities that achieve Navy priorities for energy efficiency, facility security, and effective working environments for users and visitors. The team incorporated three desired design features requested by the Navy plus 17 additional dck-ecc identified betterments that will improve energy efficiency and reduce the cost of total ownership of each facility.
The facilities are scheduled for completion in September 2014.
dck worldwide and ECC are majority partners in dck-ecc, with a combined 90-year record of performing engineering, construction, environmental, and disaster relief projects throughout the Pacific. The team also includes Capstone Design Partners Guam LLC, the Lane Construction Company, and BE&K Construction Company. Capstone was formed to provide design support to dck-ecc on the Guam DBMACC and its members include Atkins, RIM Architects, CDS International, and BRPH Incorporated. RIM Architects will serve as Designer of Record for this project.
dck worldwide provides design-build, general construction, construction management, program management, and project development services globally. dck pacific construction, a dck worldwide company, has been a builder in Hawaii for over 73 years and has completed numerous landmark federal projects in the Pacific. For more information about dck, please visit www.dckww.com.
Established in 1985, ECC is an employee-owned company that delivers its clients' missions, including renewable energy, environmental remediation, design-build, construction, and munitions response services. ECC has executed various projects throughout the Pacific since 1995. ECC serves the U.S. Departments of Defense, Energy, and State, as well as the U.S. Agency for International Development, Asian Development Bank, and other international agencies.
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