Gilbane Building Company awarded multiple repair and renovation programs at Fort Gordon, Georgia

The two projects will total $35 million and will be completed for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District

Concord, California – October 31, 2018 – The Savannah District of the US Army Corps of Engineers has selected Gilbane Building Company’s Federal Division to provide construction services for the repair and renovation of both Allen Hall and Moran Hall North at Fort Gordon, Georgia. Fort Gordon is home of the US Army Cyber Center of Excellence.

Allen Hall repairs total $23 million and are scheduled for completion in September 2020. The full building remodel will modernize 74,000 SF of classroom and ancillary support spaces to improve building functionality and provide a state-of-the-art learning environment.

Moran Hall North renovations will convert an existing building to provide a 28,789-SF automation-aided instructional facility containing a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) and classroom spaces. The project totals $12 million and will be completed in January 2020.

“Gilbane is proud of the strong partnership we have built over the years with the Army Corps of Engineers and US Army Garrison Ft. Gordon. We look forward to continuing our collaboration and tradition of excellence on the Allen and Moran Hall programs.” said Heidi DeBenedetti, Senior Vice President at Gilbane Building Company.

These contracts support federal work in the United States where Gilbane has been providing construction services for military facilities for the past 20 years.

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