MBP provided program and project management, construction management, construction quality assurance, project controls, contract administration, commissioning management, and lessons learned support on this fast-track campus construction for a high-security end user. This project was the largest single military construction project undertaken by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers since the Pentagon. The integrated design-bid-build early contractor involvement project consolidated seven NGA locations into a new campus as directed by BRAC 2005. The campus is nearly 2.5 million square feet, situated on 98 acres on Fort Belvoir North Area near Springfield, Virginia. The entire campus meets sensitive compartmented information facility security standards. It includes administrative areas, a technology center, central utility plant, auditorium, conference center, education and training spaces, visitor control center, and $102 million in-site and infrastructure improvements. Also included is a six-level parking garage of 1.5 million square feet with 5,132 parking spaces, and has a pedestrian bridge and a paver stone “vector path” leading into the main building. This project is LEED Gold certified.

“MBP has been an excellent performer. They have been able to provide very good people when we needed them. All of their people have been top notch.”
Rick Calloway
Chief of the Contract Administrative Branch for the NGA Integrated Projects Office
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Baltimore District

“MBP has been an essential element of Baltimore USACE Construction operations for the tremendous BRAC 2005 plus up. MBP has responded exceptionally by providing high quality personnel for the initial surge of activity. Positions have included disciplines such as scheduling, estimating, scoping, quality assurance, mechanical, civil, structural, and electrical. MBP has been an essential partner to the Baltimore District Construction team in their efforts to meet the difficult challenges of the current rapid expansion resulting from the BRAC 05 construction requirements.”
Bruce R. Ware, IV, PE
Deputy Chief, Construction Division
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Baltimore District