CMS Wins AMRS Project at Vandenberg SFB

Maumee, OH – CMS Corporation announced today that it has been awarded a $1.7M Advanced Meter Reading System (AMRS) Metering Implementation project at Vandenberg Space Force Base (SFB), CA.  This project was awarded under the Regional Engineering and Construction (RE&C) West IDIQ contract, and comes in as the company’s eighth AMRS project, following projects at Luke Air Force Base (AFB), Maxwell AFB, Peterson SFB, and Camp Atterbury.

This project entails upgrading 97 electric meters with new AMRS-compliant digital meters across 73 facilities. The new meters allow the Government to track energy usage in a more efficient manner. In addition to the electrical meters, other scopes include adding new communication drops, fused safety disconnects and switches, patch panels, new electrical conduit runs, and some underground trenching.

CMS CEO, Ernest Enrique, stated, “CMS is pleased to have the opportunity to upgrade the meters at Vandenberg SFB to help the Government track and reach their energy usage goals.  We have built a robust AMRS program with experienced AMRS professionals who will ensure successful and timely project delivery.”

CMS Wins AMRS Project at Davis-Monthan AFB

Maumee, OH – CMS Corporation, an experienced Department of Defense general contractor, announced today it has been awarded a $2.3M Advanced Meter Reading System (AMRS) Metering Implementation project at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (AFB), AZ.  This task order was awarded under the US Air Force Regional Engineering & Construction (RE&C) West IDIQ, and closely follows a similar $1.7M AMRS project at Vandenberg Space Force Base (SFB), CA, awarded just days ago, marking CMS’ ninth AMRS project in the past several years.

This project entails the purchase and installation of 99 new AMRS-compliant electric meters and 68 new gas meters across 95 secure and non-secure facilities basewide. The new meters allow the Government to track energy usage in a more efficient manner. In addition to the new electric and gas meters, other scopes of work will include adding pulse kits, communications switches, new communication drops, fused safety disconnects and switches, patch panels, new electrical conduit runs, some underground trenching, testing and commissioning.

CMS CEO, Ernest Enrique, stated, “We are pleased with the growth of our AMRS program over the last few years, and confident that our expertise in AMRS metering implementation will ensure successful project delivery. We look forward to facilitating the Air Force’s overall strategy to improve energy performance and reduce energy costs at Davis-Monthan AFB by allowing them to better monitor and track their energy usage.”

CMS Wins $49M USACE Hawaii MATOC

Maumee, OH – CMS Corporation (CMS) was one of eight firms awarded the $49M US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Honolulu District 8(a) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for Design-Bid-Build and Design-Build Construction Services within the Honolulu Engineer District area of responsibility (AOR). The contract ceiling is $49 million over a 5-year period of performance (a 2-year base period plus three 1-year option periods), with task orders potentially ranging up to $9M. The contract is being issued out of the USACE Honolulu District located at Fort Shafter, HI.

Under this MATOC, CMS will perform design-bid-build and/or design-build construction projects involving, but not limited to, such areas as civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, security, communications, and abatement (asbestos and lead) activities. CMS received this ID/IQ award due to our experience, past performance, bonding capacity, and competitive pricing. CMS will compete against seven other contract awardees for task orders issued under this contract.

Ernest Enrique, CEO, stated, “This particular award has been a long time coming. It is a key win for CMS, given our strong presence in the Pacific and long contracting history with USACE. Our team stands ready to support the client’s mission in this AOR.”