WASHINGTON, DC, January 11, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain(HPC), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Waldorf, MD, has announced a successful fourth quarter of the 2016 year. In early November, HPC completed repairs at the Alexandria National Cemetery while construction began at the Annapolis National Cemetery and Quantico National Cemetery in Maryland and Virginia, respectively. These national cemetery contracts are the latest additions to HPC's multiple cemetery contracts which have included Riverside National Cemetery and Arlington National Cemetery in California and Virginia.
HPC has also announced the completion of multiple boiler replacements at the Women's Health Center in Fort Hood, Texas. Early this month, HPC garnered a total of three federal contracts centered on the East coast. In Baltimore, HPC has been awarded two VA Hospital contracts, which include a Legionella prevention project and booster pump project. In Washington DC, HPC will also be working with the DC VA Hospital in the prevention of Legionella. Of their recent contract completions and contract beginnings, HPC President, Griffin Hamilton said, "We're confident that this last quarter has been a successful one. We have many great contracts starting and finishing for our country's great veterans." In addition to the quarter's contracts, HPC has raised donations for both Folds of Honor and the Fisher House Foundation totaling more than $13,000.
Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Waldorf, Maryland, which works to better US veteran care nationwide.
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