Powertrain Facility and Central Energy Plant

About the Project

The Powertrain Facility and Central Energy Plant project is a $62.2 million, 121,113 SF project that provides the Corpus Christi Army Depot with a modern rotary-wing powertrain facility on the Naval Air Station along Corpus Christi Bay. This project was the second phase of a seven-phase build-out that spans roughly 25 years. The new facility provides the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and numerous foreign military organizations the ability to overhaul and maintain a wide variety of helicopters, related engines and components. The scope included an attached 11,850 SF central energy plant, significant utility infrastructure, construction of a utility tunnel, paving, fencing and other site work.

Quick Facts

  • Location Corpus Christi, TX
  • Client Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command
  • Industry Government + Justice
  • Line of Business Construction
  • Completion Date July 2020
  • Duration 33 Months
  • Contract Value $ 62,191,202
  • Square Footage 121,113 SF

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