Firm Spotlight - PBS&J
PBS&J is celebrating its 45th year of continuous growth and success in meeting the challenging planning, architectural, engineering, environmental, construction management, AT/FP, information technology, and program management needs of our clients. We topped $520 million in annual fees for FY05 more than doubling the company since FY00. With 3,700+ employees in 70 offices throughout the U.S. and abroad PBS&J is proud to be an employee-owned firm and ranked by Engineering News-Record as the nation's 21 st largest A-E consulting firms and the 3 rd largest for pure design.
With parallel dedication to professional service to our clients and community, and to the professional growth and job satisfaction of our employees, PBS&J has recently been recognized as the 9th Best CE Firm to Work For by CE News magazine; received the USACE, Jacksonville District "Exceptional Performance Award" ; was named ESRI's GIS Foundation Partner of Year in 2003 ; and received the 2005 Award of Excellence from the Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce (BWCC), among several other distinctive awards.
We are proud of our SAME Corporate Sponsorship and that over 125 or our staff are members of 32 SAME Posts nationwide. Several of our staff are Post Officers, active volunteers at scholarship fund-raising events, and PBS&J is one of the top ten advertisers in Military Engineer magazine.
PBS&J Spotlight Project: Army Modular Force (AMF) Initiatives at
Fort Bliss, TX
The USACE is using a design-build contract to expedite construction of temporary facilities to house 2,400 troops and provide the support for a 3,500 person Brigade Combat Team (BCT). PBS&J is an integral part of the design-build team led by Clark Construction, providing the design of preliminary and final site and construction plans for drainage, grading, roads, and utilities. The project covers 230 acres, for 390 barracks, 5 motor pools, 6 battalions, and 30 company headquarters. The project is scheduled to be completed under an accelerated delivery schedule of 8 months.
PBS&J Spotlight Project: From BRAC-ed Navy Base to New Community - Baldwin Park Mixed-use Community
Orlando's Naval Training Center (NTC) was closed by the Federal Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commission in 1993 and is being converted into a new 52-acre mixed-use development community. PBS&J is providing professional engineering, planning, landscape architecture, and survey services for several sections of the NTC - now renamed Baldwin Park. In 2004, Baldwin Park was awarded an Urban Land Institute Award of Excellence, recognizing it as the best community of its kind in America
For more information please contact:
Michael Pavlides, Vice President
PBS&J Federal Programs
12101 Indian Creek Court, Beltsville, MD 20705
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