We are always honored to serve our great veterans, but to combine this service with sustainability is even more rewarding.
(PRWEB) May 19, 2014
Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain (HPC) of Waldorf Maryland, a SDVOSB, has an ongoing construction project with The Arlington National Cemetery. This sustainability project will include removal and relocation of two underground fuel tanks to be relocated above ground in the maintenance yard at a cost of $281,930.00. The fuel tanks will hold the used fuel within concrete walls, making it difficult for the fuel to contaminate the surrounding earth. HPC is working with the cemetery staff to accommodate all their needs for fuel and access to the maintenance yard as well as ongoing funeral services for our nations Veterans. Griffin Hamilton USN Ret., the President of HPC, has stated of the project, “We are always honored to serve our great veterans, but to combine this service with sustainability is even more rewarding.”