Tennessee Wildlife Refuge Bunkhouse

Project Description

The Fish and Wildlife Service awarded a $445,083 design-build contract to W4 Construction Group for a new bunkhouse in the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge. The previous bunkhouse was demolished and replaced by a new, four bedroom, two bathroom bunkhouse with central living space and communal kitchen. The Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge is home to hundreds of species of animals including multiple endangered species which require additional protection from construction activities. W4 Construction Group expertly navigated the additional requirements and restrictions to ensure the local wildlife would not be disrupted during construction.

 

Project Details

Client: US Fish and Wildlife Service
Contract Value: $445,083.64
Location: Springville, TN
Award Date: April 2018
Contract Number: 140F0418C0011
  • Swanton Upgrade Squad Ops & Intel Vaults
    READ MORE
  • RFP Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic Hangar 1050
    READ MORE
  • Zebra Mussel Cleaning at Water Intake Crib
    READ MORE
  • Solar Photovoltaic System for MCRC – Quantico
    READ MORE
  • Joint Base Charleston Waterway Security Signage
    READ MORE
  • MCRC Terre Haute Anti-Terrorism Force Protection
    READ MORE
  • Naval Station Great Lakes Light Replacement
    READ MORE
  • Fort Campbell – MATOC
    READ MORE
  • Jadwin Reconfiguration
    READ MORE
  • Terre Haute Federal Bureau of Prisons Inspection
    READ MORE
  • Battle Creek Veteran’s Affairs Ventilation Repair
    READ MORE
  • Customs and Border Protection Asphalt Replace and Repair
    READ MORE
  • White River Wildlife Refuge Carpentry Building Rehab
    READ MORE
  • Tennessee Wildlife Refuge Bunkhouse
    READ MORE
  • White River Wildlife Refuge Barn Rehab
    READ MORE
  • Fort Belvoir SCIF
    READ MORE