EMCOR Group Unit to Continue Maintaining Fort Belvoir Military Hospital’s Power, Water Systems

EmcorGovtLogoAn EMCOR Group subsidiary has won a contract to provide equipment maintenance, repair and operational services for a military treatment facility at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.

EMCOR Government Services will maintain and operate heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire and life safety, transportation and communications systems for the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, EMCOR Group said Friday.

Work will also include ground maintenance, water and energy management, and pest control services.

EGS has also received a contract to perform similar work at the Fort Belvoir headquarters of the Army‘s northern region medical command.

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