Calibre-FourFront Joint Venture Awarded three VA/NCA IDIQ Contracts
We are excited to announce that Calibre-FourFront Joint Venture LLP has recently been awarded three IDIQ contracts from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the National Cemetery Administration (NCA). The Joint Venture is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that will provide a broad range of architecture and engineering services for NCA’s National, State, and Tribal Veterans Cemeteries across the United States.
Projects will involve the construction, renovation, repairs, and commissioning of buildings, roadways, and infrastructure at cemeteries across the Southeast, Continental, and Pacific regions of the United States.
Stephanie Holman, CEO of FourFront Design described the new Joint Venture as “the next step in a history of collaboration between FourFront Design and Calibre Engineering on multi-discipline projects; our capabilities complement each other in terms of services to be a comprehensive solution.”
“Calibre is thrilled to partner with FourFront on cemetery projects in 21 states,” said Greg Murphy, CEO of Calibre Engineering. “We share a commitment to honoring our Veterans by creating spaces that reflect our appreciation and respect for their sacrifices.”
Based in South Dakota and with branches in Montana and Nebraska, FourFront Design provides architecture, landscape architecture and planning, mechanical and electrical engineering, and technical services to government agencies throughout the United States. Calibre Engineering is headquartered in Colorado, with offices in North Carolina and California. The firm has supported the civil and structural design of more than 100 VA projects across the nation. Both firms have extensive experience in designing VA facilities and cemeteries and understand the importance of creating spaces that are not only functional but also respectful and dignified.