Featured Projects in the Market
There is truly a standard of excellence to work for the U.S. Federal Government. Gilbane has met this standard time and again delivering high-profile projects, such as the prominent World War II Memorial, and the recently awarded Bob Hope/Amelia Earhart Elementary School in Japan for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. We are a strong construction partner for the Department of Defense (DoD) worldwide doing billions of dollars of work in the U.S. as well as supporting our government in remote areas all over the world. We support our DoD clients wherever they need us.
Gilbane will help you to achieve outstanding and cost-effective federal buildings, through our integrated services, global reach, worldwide staffing resources and advanced technical capabilities, such as Building Information Management (BIM), Lean means and methods, and modular construction approaches. Our quality program is aligned with federal government QA/QC requirements. Our proven experience and outstanding safety record, combined with our extensive overseas presence and comprehensive knowledge of Federal procedures, backs our ability to work in foreign locations and military theaters, including those in austere, hostile and contingency environments.
We’ve supported dozens of Federal Government agencies over our 140+ year history including DHS, USACE, U. S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, FBI, CBP, NASA, GSA, PBS, VHA, EPA, and SBA. We also support the following project types: healthcare, schools, environmental, fueling, historic, science & tech, mission critical) and highly secure/classified projects.
Global Construction Delivery
Gilbane provides global construction, fuels, and environmental services tailored to support the unique needs of U.S. Federal government clients across both domestic and international projects. When you contract with Gilbane, you get the people, qualifications, and experience to perform secure and non-secure federal facility work, backed by more than $4 billion in bonding capacity and access to more than $30 billion in IDIQ contracts.