Our Featured Work

Here at exp Federal we are hard pressed to pick our favorite projects, each one bringing an exciting new challenge and a customized solution to fit the scope of the work to be done. We approach each endeavor with the same enthusiasm, here are a few that allowed us to pursue our creativity, technology knowledge and passion for problem solving.

Habitat preservation

Fish Dispersal Barrier

Romeoville, IL

Historic Renovation

Buildings 74 & 76

Fort Moore, GA

Historic Renovation

Building 56

Fort Sam Houston, TX

USAG HVAC Upgrades

Wiesbaden, Germany

Exp Federal is providing design-build services for work in multiple buildings in Wiesbaden, Germany. Work includes various mechanical scopes including replacement and repair of HVAC systems, and exterior civil/structural scopes to support new equipment. New major equipment includes custom-built chiller and DOAS systems. Modifications are phased to maintain site operations. Ventilation and air balances are being modified to meet UFC and ASHRAE standards.

United States Federal Courthouse

Saipan, Northern Marianas Islands

As part of the design/build GC team, exp Federal served as the Designer of Record for the new GSA Saipan Courthouse. The General Contractor, Marianas Management Corporation, worked directly for GSA and served as a conduit between the exp Federal design team and GSA. Prior to the new courthouse, the site was an empty field with no utilities. Our design included the building itself, an access control point, AT/FP measures, a new access road and vehicular gate, and over 5 acres of landscape design. This 45,000 SF building consists primarily of three parts: the entry, articulated by the voided corner and monumental colonnade; the façade, designed simply with curtainwall and precast concrete; and a series of “anchors” with largescale punched windows that punctuate and emphasize spaces within the building. The exterior of the courthouse is comprised of punched windows separated by deep vertical sandwich panels to reduce heat gain and wind load

Kadena Air Base Munitions Storage

Kadena Air Base, Japan

Exp Federal performed Construction Phase Services (CPS) for the replacement of munitions structures at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The work consisted of performing all A/E services to complete the following: project management, safety, site visits & reports, technical assistance during construction, and review of shop drawings/materials/submittals.

Warriors in Transition Complex

Fort Liberty, NC

Exp Federal provided site design and engineering services for the 15-acre complex at Fort Liberty. In coordination with USACE, Fort Worth COS HQ, and the individual base master planners, exp Federal provided site design, survey, utility coordination, transportation engineering, and geotechnical investigation services for the MATOC RFP package.

CLACC Strategic Assembly Center

Fort Liberty, NC

This project consisted of two separate sites with one overarching goal: to provide the Army with all-weather, around-the-clock mission critical facilities for the Airborne Corps and their rapid deployments to contingency areas. The Airborne Corps deploy by air, land, and sea to conduct offensive and defensive operations worldwide, often with an extremely short deployment window. The exp Federal design for the CLACC was in accordance with applicable codes, ADA requirements, and all USACE design guidelines.

Brigade Combat Team (BCT) Headquarters Complex

Fort Stewart, GA

Exp Federal performed surveying, full design, and construction management services for a two-story brigade complex that included a network operations center, data center, Sensitive Compartmentalized Information Facility (SCIF), battle operations center, and several tactical operations offices. The 40,000 sf building was designed to LEED Silver criteria and included anti-terrorism/fire protection (AT/FP) features.