Rockford Corporation Launches Three Projects in Southwestern Region of US
Anchorage, Alaska (January 17, 2014) – Rockford Corporation was recently awarded three design-build projects in the Southwestern region of the United States. These projects, all Task Orders on Rockford’s Nationwide Small Business Fuel Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for the Army Corps of Engineers are scheduled to begin in 2014 and have a combined value of nearly $2.7 million.
Fuel System Upgrades, Creech AFB, NV
The project consists of removing and replacing fuel piping systems for several different types of fuel in support of the Air Forces drone operations. The project is currently in the design phase with construction scheduled for February 2014.
Tank Conversion, Nellis AFB, NV
The work on this project will include replacing an existing 15,000 gallon fuel storage tank, converting the existing diesel dispenser system to E-85, and installing a concrete containment system for fueling operations. The design phase of this project is currently underway with construction scheduled to begin May 2014.
Jet Fuel Receipt System, Hill AFB, UT
The project consists of removing and replacing fuel piping and filtration systems for all jet fuel being delivered to Hill Air Force Base. The project is currently in the design phase with construction scheduled for May 2014.
Rockford Corporation is one of five construction companies of the holding company UIC Construction Services (UICCS) which includes Kautaq Construction, LLC; SIKU Construction Services, LLC; UIC Construction, LLC; and UIC First Nations Construction Services, LLC. Ukpeagvik Iñupiat Corporation is the Alaska Native village corporation of Barrow, Alaska.