Yaeger Architecture is excited to announce that we have been awarded a 5-year A-E Services contract with the USACE Omaha District! The contract is for preparation of studies, analysis, and design services for USACE Northwestern Division.
Yaeger has experience working with the Omaha District in
the past through separate design-build contacts including:
Nuclear Security Tactics Training Center (NSTTC) – Camp Guernsey, Wyoming
The NSTTC is a one-story, LEED Silver Certified building at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming. This 14,136 SF facility provides program and unit administrative space, weapons storage and maintenance space, weapons and ammunition storage rooms, restroom/locker facilities, and miscellaneous equipment storage. Cost: $4.2 Million
STRATCOM Entry Gate – Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska
For this MILCON project, Yaeger Architecture provided architectural services for the new Gatehouse, four ID Check Stations, an Overwatch Guard Station and a new entry gate canopy that covers 6,540 SF. This project was awarded a Merit Award for Facility Design in the 2014 USAF Design Awards Program. Cost: $10.8 Million
Language Training Facility – Fort Carson, Colorado
The new, design-build, Language Training Facility (LTF) is a one-story facility designed to support the 10th Division Special Forces. The function of the facility is similar to a higher education classroom facility and provides for the sustainment of foreign language skills. The project was fast-tracked to release site and foundation package for early construction release.
Cost: $9.4 Million | Final CCASS Rating: Exceptional
The Yaeger team frequently executes concurrent DoD projects between $10-40 million dollars in construction value located in dispersed geographic locations. Even with all this concurrent activity, Yaeger Architecture has never received an overall ACASS rating below Satisfactory. We believe this fact is a radiant example of the quality of the partnerships we create, along with our ability to exceed client expectations while delivering quality services on-schedule and within budget.
Yaeger credits this performance to our long-standing history with design and construction supporting mission essential facilities. This experience affords us sensitivity and familiarity with the importance of project schedules, responsiveness, and the operational needs of stakeholders during project lifecycles. We understand that it is necessary for our response times to be measured in hours, not days, to keep construction activities fluid and productive during the fixed windows of time available.
“The contractor met or exceeded all expectations. On this and previous projects, their team is always professional, competent, and easy to work with. This was a fairly typical project with very few issues. The design and subsequent construction process has been very effective and we’ve had no significant (or really even minor) problems. I would recommend this Yaeger team for future work with the government. – Jimmy Harding, USACE Project Manager