Greenland Enterprises has been selected for two (2) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) with the Veterans Administration to provide general contracting services for multiple VA Medical Centers throughout the state of Texas.
These multi-year contracts enable Greenland to deliver complex mechanical/electrical infrastructure projects for VA hospitals across VISN 17 – representing VA Heath Care Networks in North, Central, South, Coastal Bend, and West Texas. All projects will be performed in the unique and challenging environments inherent to healthcare, and delivery methods include both design-bid-build and design-build. Greenland was selected based on an in-depth evaluation of corporate capabilities, personnel experience, and customer testimonials.
HAMPTON, VA – Greenland Enterprises has been selected to replace six critical air handling units at the H.H. McGuire VA Medical Center in Richmond, VA. The company was awarded the two projects based in large part on its expertise with complex, custom air handling solutions. Continue reading
Any facilities director or CFO who has been involved in a construction project has concerns about cost overruns and budget pressures. When performed independently, the disconnect between design and construction can often lead to schedule delays and change-orders. Fortunately, we have seen an increasing trend of owners, facilities professionals and public agencies getting specialized expertise involved early in the scope and RFP (Request for Proposal) development process, which helps define the scope appropriately, and in doing so, reduce the potential for cost overruns. Continue reading
Medical Center facility directors know that when it comes to mechanical systems in hospital environments, standard commercial systems aren’t enough. Medical buildings and campuses require sophisticated, complex and redundant mechanical systems that are extremely reliable – while also providing the efficiencies necessary to control life-cycle cost. Continue reading
While many owners and contractors are familiar with pre-bid meetings, pre-bid conferences are less common… but have the potential to be even more important to the ultimate success of a project. Continue reading
HAMPTON, VA – Greenland Enterprises has been selected to install the infrastructure and equipment for a new generator system to serve the MRI/Radiology lab facility at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Lebanon, PA. Greenland was selected for the $2.5M project through the VA’s qualifications-based competitive selection process, where emphasis is placed on a firm’s relevant expertise and record of similar successful projects. Continue reading
A recent article in the UK publication Modern Building Services magazine provides a clear illustration of why experience and expertise is important in utility plant design and construction. The article describes a project that replaced eight chillers on the roof of a BBC building, which would not be particularly noteworthy – except for the fact that the chillers failed prematurely due to being installed in an area that restricted critical airflow. Continue reading
Central utility plant construction involves the installation or modification of mission-critical systems that must continue to perform during buildout. Boilers, chillers, cooling towers and similar infrastructure can occasionally go off-line for planned maintenance, but certainly not for the extended time periods required in new construction. Unfortunately, in many cases a new plant must occupy the existing footprint, adding to the planning required and increasing the potential for service interruptions or complications. Continue reading
HAMPTON, VA – Greenland Enterprises has been selected to construct a new boiler plant for the Erie Veterans Administration Medical Center in Erie, PA. Greenland was selected for the $11.7M project after an extensive review of qualifications by the VA. Continue reading
Greenland Enterprises has been selected to build a new chiller and high-efficiency condensing hot water boiler plant for the US Army Corps of Engineers at the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center in Dublin, GA. Continue reading