The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville provides support to Government agencies, primarily the Intelligence Community, where work is required in secure spaces or facilities.
The Secure Facilities Program provides a wide variety of Secure (DD254) and Non-Secure services to the Intelligence Community and other customers where work is required to be completed in a secure facility. Some of the types of work include: Design, procurement and installation, maintenance and service, construction, and Architectural and Engineering services of Industrial Control Systems, electrical and mechanical systems, fire and life safety, base operations support, and facility repair/renovation and upgrades.
Program and Project Management
Huntsville Center’s Secure Facilities Program, within the Installation Support and Programs Management Directorate, has the expertise and ability to assist the missions of the Intelligence Community in their unique operating environment. Due to the unique nature of this work, the program was developed to have the dedicated resources and PDT to have the expertise where customers have faith and trust that CEHNC will meet their mission requirements on schedule and budget.
- Pre-Award: Manage the full spectrum of project development to include writing of performance work statements, cost estimates, prepare and solicit Request for Proposals, pre-proposal site visits, evaluate proposals, make selections, and award contracts.
- Post Award: Perform contract administration from award to closeout to include review of required plans or designs, safety, quality assurance, processing of modifications, submittal reviews, periodic inspections, and final inspection of performance or verification testing.
- Dedicated Project Managers and Project Engineers with current and active TS/SCI security clearances. This allows the PDT to be able to access the sites and have the necessary conversations to meet the needs and mission of the customers.
- Team members with ICD/ICS 705 training.
- ACCS Account holders to process DD 254’s
- IFSD and NISS Account Holders to verify Contractor Facility Clearances
- Communicate with site Security Officers and the development and review of Construction Security Plans.
- Reach out and utilize contractors that have personnel with security clearances and experience working on projects where this is a requirement.
Contracts and Location
The program has the ability to utilize multiple contracting vehicles and acquisition methods in addition to performing work in all 50 states, U.S. Territories, and at oversea installations throughout the world.
Download the program fact sheet (pdf) here.