USACE IDIQ Contract - Temporary Repairs on Critical Public Facilities

Multiple Locations

Project Overview

MFS Construction provided emergency general construction services in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for Temporary Repairs on Critical Public Facilities in Puerto Rico. Maintaining the project schedule was vital due to the nature of these facilities, which included police stations, hospitals, and other government buildings.

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Multiple Locations

Project Details

The project involved roof repairs, mold removal and containment, exterior and interior repairs, mechanical repairs, and electrical repairs, all with special attention to water infiltration remediation, in order to provide a safe work environment until permanent repairs were provided. Public facilities included police stations, hospitals, and other government buildings that suffered mild to severe damages from the impact of Hurricane Maria in September, 2017.

The project required multiple construction crews to be deployed simultaneously throughout the entire island in efforts to restore critical public facilities to operational capability after the Island suffered immense infrastructure, road and communication damages. While these circumstances proved to be a logistics challenge, MFS successfully delivered the tasks requested by USACE in a timely manner.


  • Owner:
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Services Provided

  • Our project managers understand the value of construction projects from planning, execution, controlling, and closely working as a team to achieve the project's goals.
  • Our construction team is ready for full deployment when a natural disaster or emergency response is called for.
  • MFS provides materials, labor, equipment, and services necessary for the construction of a project and hires specialized subcontractors to perform specific duties as needed.