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NAVFAC Southeast Awards $10.6 Million Construction Contract

08/30/17

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southeast
awarded a nearly $10.6 million contract August 30, to Desbuild Inc. of Hyattsville, Maryland,
for upgrades to Hangar 124 at Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, Florida.

“Upgrading our infrastructures is one of our major focus areas,” said Fleet Readiness Center
Southeast (FRCSE) Commanding Officer Capt. Trent DeMoss. “The renovation of Hangar
124 will help us carry out our mission of repairing, maintaining and overhauling military
aircraft in a safer, more capable and efficient environment.”

Hangar 124, constructed in 1941, is a vintage seaplane hangar located in the Seaplane
Historic District of NAS Jacksonville which is currently used for depot level maintenance and
to provide repair services for various aircraft, engines, and components.

The renovation project at Hangar 124 will provide additional capabilities to support FRCSE’s
mission to ready the fleet while providing critical repairs to an aging WWII-era facility.
Upgrades consist of adding an aqueous film forming foam (AFFF) fire suppression and
recovery system, replacing the hangar doors and windows, and rehabilitating office spaces
throughout the hangar.

“By adding an AFFF system to the production space, FRCSE will now be able to work on
fueled, unpurged aircraft,” said Lt. Matthew Ward, NAS Jacksonville Assistant Public Works
Officer. “While retaining the historical aesthetic and value of the facility, repairs to the hangar
bay doors and windows will address many maintenance issues.”

Additional improvements include repairs to the fire suppression and alarm systems, lightning
protection system, and other incidental work. Existing electrical and ground utilities will be
repaired and lead based paint found during repair work will be removed. Betterments will be
made to finishes on the west and east side second floor offices, including new flooring,
ceiling tiles, and paint.

The project is expected to be completed by October 2018. 

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