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Portfolio

Some of our notable private and government projects

Contract Amount

$3,347,200.89

Contract/PO #

W9126G18C0084

Type

Design Build/Construction

Road and Parking Lot Repairs and Repaving. New asphalt overlay, Striping, Seal Coat, Chipseal. 6,000 LF of new site built pipe rail fence. Design and construct of new electrical distribution system for RV sites.

United States corp of engineers

Start Date: 9-Oct-18

Finish Date:

Contract Amount

$2,401,375.00

Contract/PO #

SP4702-18-R-0519

Type

Construction

Removing 60,000 LF of primary 15KV cable for DLA Base facilities. We also provided and installed (2) new 15KV feeds through existing manholes and duct bank back to where old was removed. 15KV cables were pulled through manholes with energized cabling in them, all feeders were tested and terminated to specifications. Project required coordinated outages for both demolition and installation. Worked with base on road closures as well as minimizing impact of occupied space.

Defense Supply center

Start Date: 31-Jul-18

Finish Date: 28-Feb-19

Contract Amount

$1,716,434.00

Contract/PO #

6574019514

Type

Construction

Refurbishment of Mezzanine 11 in Building 004 Floor 2. Located directly off of Lockheed Martins F-35 Assembly Line. Cricitical Schedule Project or 10,000 SQ feet of office refurbishment in a 90 Day schedule. Project consisted of Selected interior demolition, New interior architectural construction and finishes, HVAC and mechanical work, electrical work, plumbing fixtures and piping, Fire protection and suppression systems. Completed project on-time to the satisafactory of the customer.

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Start Date: 9-Jan-18

Finish Date: 4-Jun-18

Contract Amount

$597,000

Contract/PO #

6574018086

Type

Construction

Modifications to the ventilation systems in Buildings 210,211, and 212, F-35 hydraulic fluid delivery control panels, F-16 hydraulic fluid delivery system in Building 212, Supply and Installation of new hydraulic "top up" systems in Buildings 210,211 and 212.

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Start Date: 16-Nov-17

Finish Date: 8-Oct-18

Contract Amount

$2,217,377.00

Contract/PO #

80KSC017C0024

Type

Design Build/Construction

Designed, Constructed, and Installed equipment required to increase the capacity of the Undisrupted Power Supplies, UPS 40 and 41 at Launch Pad-B to a minimum of 600kVA each. The design for the increased UPS capacity and system installation include connectivity to KCCS for remote monitoring of these units and associated breaker status. The design was compliant to manufacturer's system requirements and also included new batteries and condition based on including battery monitoring system and all wiring, conduit, and neccessary equipment.

NASA

Start Date: 18-Sep-17

Finish Date: 19-Jun-18

Contract Amount

$10,131,172.39

Contract/PO #

W9126G-16-R-0589

Type

Design Build/Construction

Building 200 houses the DISA San Antonio datacenter located at 3326 General Hudnell, San Antonio, Texas, including the electrical and mechanical infrastructure elements, raised floor areas and security systems to provide continuous 24- hour operations. As part of the electrical infrastructure, the building has two electrical power feeds delivering utility power to the facility. The power is delivered at 13.2kV, through a 2,500kVA transformer stepping it down to 480V. Each transformer feeds a walk-in utility switchgear enclosure rated at 3,200Amps. Each utility enclosure contains several breakers. These walk-in utility enclosures are labeled as Utility Bus ‘A' and Utility Bus ‘B'. Each Utility Bus has an output breaker feeding the ‘A' and ‘B' bus Essential Distribution Switchgear. The Essential Distribution Switchgear contains breakers that supply power to the ‘A' Bus and ‘B' Bus UPS Modules, Static Bypass Switches and Maintenance Bypass Switches. The UPS system is set up in a 2(N+1) redundancy, such that either side can be shut down while still maintaining power to all critical equipment. The Essential Distribution Switchgear ‘A' and Essential Distribution Switchgear ‘B' also supply all non-UPS loads including all essential cooling equipment system components (pumps, valves, chillers, cooling towers, etc.), lighting, and general building power. Both utility enclosures are supported by the generator back-up power system which automatically transfers both substations to generator power in the event of a commercial power loss. The generator system consists of three (3) Caterpillar 3512 diesel/generator sets rated at 1875kVA/1500kW each, and a full set of generator paralleling switchgear. System is designed for a load of 3750kW with N+1 redundancy. This switchgear cabinet contains the generator tie breakers which feed each of the substation generator breakers. It also houses the paralleling and transfer operations logic and control systems. The generators and switchgear were installed in 2009. A building load test in performed monthly with a simulated utility loss test. Much of the essential systems components are installed in redundant pairs. The facility is equipped with two 700 ton chillers, two chilled water pumps, two condenser water pumps, and two cooling towers. Only one chiller paired with associated cooling tower and one of each pump is required to meet the facility cooling demands. The Contractor shall segregate the facilities mechanical loads from the critical loads. Currently, the mechanical loads and the critical loads are fed from same the Essential Distribution Switchgear. In order to segregate the mechanical loads from the critical loads (UPS), new UPS distribution switchgear, 2ea new UPS modules will be added and 2ea existing UPS modules will be removed. The existing UPS modules and the new UPS modules will be fed from new Critical Distribution Switchgear including the installation of two new utility transformers to feed the new Critical Distribution Switchgear. The existing mechanical loads will remain being fed from the Essential Distribution Switchgear. The project will also include the addition of one new emergency generator, new generator paralleling switchgear to support the existing generators (3ea) and new generator (1ea) and a new generator control panel. This will result in a more robust and reliable electrical and mechanical distribution system. This system shall allow for an automatic or user initiated closed transition from generators to utility and automatic transition from utility to generators upon commercial power failure. In addition to the new Critical Distribution Switchgear, new UPS Output Critical Distribution Switchboards (2ea) will be installed to feed critical loads in multiple computer rooms.

Defense Information Systems Agency

Start Date: 30-Mar-17

Finish Date: Present

Contract Amount

$2,140,765.00

Contract/PO #

W9126G16C0023

Type

Construction

BLD. 64 Demolition of existing metal roof panels of main roof structure and replacement with new steel standing seam metal roof panels, and demolition of existing EPDM corner pocket roofs and replacement with new TPO corner pocket roofs. Facility occupied during construction. Bldg. 12: Demolition of existing metal roof panels of main roof structure and replacement with new steel standing seam metal roof panels, and demolition of existing EPDM corner pocket roofs and replacement with new TPO corner pocket roofs. Facility occupied during construction. Both Hangars were located right off the Base's Air Field creating harsh conditions.

U.S Army Corp of Engineers

Start Date: 9-Jan-17

Finish Date: 8-Dec-17

Contract Amount

$7,120,160.71

Contract/PO #

FA4661-11-D

(5 year MACC)

Type

Construction

The work requirements to be performed by the contractor consists of, but are not limited to, a broad range of maintenance, repair, minor construction/alteration and renovation work on real property on Dyess Air Force Base, TX. All work shall be in conformance with the requirements of the contract including furnishing all materials, labor, plant, tools, equipment, transportation, supervision, management and other services including engineering/ technical design support, items and incidentals necessary thereto. The work is required in support of the 7th Civil Engineering Squadron, Base Civil Engineering activities.

U.S. Airforce

Start Date: 19-Jul-11

Finish Date: 18-Jul-15

Contract Amount

$1,200,000.00

Contract/PO #

808-13-1363 

Type

Construction

Ground up construction Addition of a $1.2M a new museum gallery building with an exterior architectural canopy roof and a Visitors Facilities Building. Includes exterior improvements and landscape

Texas Historical Commission

Start Date: 26-Aug-13

Finish Date: 31-Aug-14

Contract Amount

$613,000.00

Contract/PO #

FA3020-13-C-0009 

Type

Construction

Relocate electrical primary overhead lines and communication lines serving base-housing subdivision to underground duct bank, large pull boxes, manholes, horizontal directional drilling to under highway to DOT specifications. Including re-feeding sport arena type lighting, marque sign, street lighting system, new sector switch, new transformer, leveling utility pad mount vacuum switch, testing, and close out asbuilts.

U.S. Airforce

Start Date: 27-Sep-13

Finish Date: 8-Oct-14

Contract Amount

$3,400,000.00

Contract/PO #

13-002-W 

Type

Design Build/Construction

Excavate 10 acres and fence entire 14 acre site for approximately 25, 000 SF of multiple metal buildings, slab on grade, ground-up, including the Office Building, EMI/X-ray Building, “Pipe-Threading” Shed, Bucker Shed, and Straightener Shed. Connecting owner’s equipment, prepping mounting footers and slabs for heavy industrial equipment.

Private Oilfield Company

Start Date: 1-Mar-13

Finish Date: 5-Dec-13

ABOUT US

NAE Contracting is privately owned minority business and SBA Certified 8(a) Program Participant located in Fort Worth, TX. Since our inception in 2003 we have delivered each contract to our client’s complete satisfaction, no matter the size of the project. We are passionate about what we do and stand behind our work 100%. We understand that quality and priority to our customers is how to build a leading construction company.

Our reputation among the industry speaks measures simply because we always put clients first and we always will. This has shown since day one as more than 40% of our private contracts have been negotiated with repeat customers and more than 25% of our work has been from referrals. Listening to your needs and requirements, honoring your budget, and producing exceptional results is something we excel in.

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At NAE Contracting, our team of experts take pride in their work offering a quality that is second to none. We truly enjoy the unique challenges that each that each project presents and are proud of the results we have achieved. We invite you to view the gallery below and witness first hand why we are the best commercial construction company in the North Texas region. For more information, you can contact us here via our web form with any questions you may have.

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