Jacobs Engineering Group has won two awards from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for work on a building consolidation project for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and an environmental restoration project.
The company said two of its acquisitions were the awardees, with KlingStubbins winning for the NGA Campus East Project in Springfield, Va. and Damon S. Williams Associates winning for the Tres Rios Environmental Restoration Project in Salt River, Ariz.
“Jacobs’ acquisition strategy for growth and continuous improvement is exemplified by firms like DSWA and KlingStubbins joining our company,” President and CEO Craig Martin said. “Having the projects receive recognition beyond that from the Army Corps of Engineers is a great honor.”
For the NGA Campus East Project, KlingStubbins designed the facility according to a cultural transformation mandate as part of the larger consolidation of six Washington-area sites into one campus in Fort Belvoir, Va.
DSWA served as design and construction engineer on the Tres Rios Environmental Restoration Project, a water treatment, reclamation and reuse project funded by the Corps and the City of Phoenix’s Water Services Department.
Goals of that project include large scale habitat restoration, flood control and creating a space for public recreation and environmental education.