Chesapeake, VA – July 6, 2012: NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic has awarded Homeland Contracting Corporation/W.M. Jordan Company, a Mentor-Protégé, a $24M contract to construct the new P138 Bachelor Enlisted Quarters at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. This project is comprised of a multi-story building for up to 238 enlisted soldiers and includes a recreation shelter, equipment drying structure, and equipment cleaning station. The project supports the growing force at Camp Lejeune and soldiers returning from deployments overseas.
This recent award will be one of many successful projects for the Mentor-Protégé team, and is the culmination of the hard work, dedication and commitment to quality by both Homeland Contracting and W.M. Jordan Company. The Mentor-Protégé team specializes in projects that support our national defense such as the Army Training Support Center at Fort Eustis, Virginia, completed in 2011.
Homeland Contracting Corporation (HCC), a Chesapeake-based commercial and government general contractor, has been mentored by W.M. Jordan since July 2005. Our shared core philosophies of high ethical standards, aggressive safety compliance, focus on quality workmanship, and a sense of obligation to serve the needs of our military community culminate to ensure we exceed the needs and expectations of our clients.
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