In 2008, Washington D.C. experienced a debilitating cold snap that froze the pipes in the West End Heating Plant in Georgetown. No work could be conducted in the frozen plant, which is used as a distribution point and offices for the 40 people who manage the miles of tunnels that run beneath the Nation’s capitol.
Within six hours of getting the call, Veterans Development Corp. had six people flown in from its Boston office, installed 5 million BTU propane heaters, and had heat pumping through the building. Within 12 days, we had completely revamped the entire 1930s steam system within the plant – a system that hadn’t worked in 25 years.
If you want this kind of response for your next facility emergency or new construction project, call Veterans Development Corporation. As a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), we deliver:
Whether you need to install a new system, such as an elevator, electrical or heating/cooling, or you need to fast track your government construction project, we’re there on the job.
From logistics and scheduling to understanding how complex building systems work together, Veterans Development Corp. knows how to ensure your project proceeds without a hitch. It’s one reason we have a 94% Past Performance DCAM rating with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
In order to keep your project on track and under budget, all of our mechanical, electrical and plumbing are employees of Veterans Development Corp.
We’ve developed numerous teaming agreements with architectural, engineering, roofing, and elevator companies. This helps us control project and labor costs from start to finish.
Veterans Development Corp. prides itself on providing you with “value engineering.” If we can deliver a better way of saving your money on the project, we’ll tell you.
To learn more about Veterans Development Corporation and how we can help you, please call 781-659-4050 or send an email.