WASHINGTON, DC, October 07, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain (HPC), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Waldorf, Maryland has reported nearly $10 million in VAMC contracts over its quarter 3 period. These contracts will serve to better US veteran medical care in areas such as Washington, DC, Columbia, SC, and Houston, TX. A large scale CLC project at the Washington DC VA Medical Center includes the construction of a 9,100 SF addition to the hospital as well as the total renovation of 52,000 SF. In Texas, HPC will begin a multi-year contract to design and build a new maintenance building for the Houston National Cemetery after completing demolition of the existing remnants for the current maintenance building. In South Carolina, HPC will be completing full demolition, construction, HVAC, and security system installation for the W.J.B. Dorn VA Medical Center.
When asked about HPC's work with the federal government and local firms across the nation, President Griff Hamilton responded, "We're honored to partner with such fantastic subcontractors and other firms in order to help deliver comprehensive medical care and attention to this nation's veterans."
These contracts were announced following a successful second quarter in which Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain garnered extensive multi-million dollar contracts across the country. To learn more about HPC, or to see HPC's recent work in veteran care facilities and other military resources, please visit www.hpcvet.com
Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain is a government construction company headquartered in Waldorf, Maryland, which focuses on demolition, new construction, and remodels of government and military structures. To learn more about Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain and its work with government and military structures, visit www.hpcvet.com