South Range – Grow the Army
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Schoefield Barracks, Oahu, HI
  • leed, general Construction

South Range – Grow the Army

Project description
  • Client U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Services Provided leed, general Construction
  • Location Schoefield Barracks, Oahu, HI
dck worldwide in Joint Venture with ECC was awarded a U. S. Army Corps of Engineer “Grow the Army” project to design and build four bundled MILCON contracts -- site work & infrastructure to support three GTA campus projects; Engineer Unit Operations & Maintenance Facilities; HHD MP Unit Operations & Maintenance Complex; and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Complex. It is the first project being constructed outside of the Schofield limits, and one of the most significant Greenfield sites developed in Hawaii. 1,600-acres of agricultural land was purchased by the Army to build this new complex. In addition to the construction of 22 vertical structures, the infrastructure work was a major part of this contract. It established a utilities backbone structure for future buildings on this campus. dck worldwide performed work as an Oahu contractor that involved mass grading of 110 acres, construction of 6 miles of roadway, box culverts/stream crossings, a HECO Substation, and 1M Gallon Water Tank. Throughout this LEED-certified, high profile project, our team worked tirelessly to provide excellent customer service and drive the schedule using partnering resolution, the Contractor Quality Control program, and a proactive Safety program. The project logged over 916,000 man-hours over four years while maintaining a great safety record. Learn more about our Federal Solutions and other federal projects.
South range campus building exterior
South range campus building exterior

" dck-ecc worked in excess of 100,000 man-hours in this complex environment without a lost time accident. Your exceptional safety record is a tribute to your experienced and deidcatied safety personnel and corporate commitment which emphasizes taking a proactive approach to safety. "

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Honolulu District
South Range grow the army building entrance

South Range grow the army building entrance.

Team leader:
Rod McGlaughlin,