BlueForge, LLC Completes Critical Design-Build Electrical Upgrade Project at The Orlando VA Medical Center

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BlueForge, LLC, an industry leading design build construction management firm, today announced that it completed a critical design-build electrical upgrade project at the Veterans Administration Hospital located in Orlando, Florida.

Orlando VAMC MCC

Newly Installed MCC's

"We are pleased to have completed another critical life safety upgrade project for an important VA facility"

The scope of the project consisted of the design and construction of a new electrical system upgrade throughout most of the Orlando VA Medical Center campus. The project required both demolition and restoration activities to be conducted while the hospital continued to remain operational. The new electrical system was designed to upgrade the facility to current codes and standards as well as address life safety concerns. Motor Control Centers (MCCs), Panel Boards, Distribution Panels, Switches, and Transformers were replaced throughout the campus.

John B. Jackson, BlueForge’s Managing Partner stated: “We are pleased to have completed another critical life safety upgrade project for an important VA facility, further building on our design-build experience within a working hospital environment. We are very proud to have the opportunity to serve the men and women that have served our great country through the construction of these types of projects for the Veterans Administration.”

About BlueForge

BlueForge is an industry leading design build construction management firm, specializing in new construction and renovation projects for the Federal Government and select private clients throughout the Southeast and Gulf Coast regions of the United States. The Company provides rapid response construction services to its clients within the market area that it serves. BlueForge is a federally certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and HUBZone small business concern.

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