We have a long track record for working for the Navy NAVFAC, Army Corps of engineers, Air National Guard, Army, DOD, Air Force, Mass Housing, local state and town governments, public facilities such as schools, libraries, town offices and many others.

Our services are designed to function within the needs of the facilities. Many times it requires us to be innovative to make the project a success.

We have a can-do attitude to achieve the customers’ needs and expectations. This is what allows us to be very successful in the government contracting arena.

By way of example we developed a method to increase the fire rating of elevator shafts by applying intumescent paint to the inside of the shaft from the top of the elevator. The application brings the shaft up to code, allows the elevator to function in a fire event, does not affect the outside of the shaft and allows the building to be operable during the application.

In other cases we have engineered ventilation systems with Hepa filters so that spray foam can be installed in off hours and have the building remain open for business.

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Spray Foam
Insulation

Spray foam insulation is the process of filling an area with a foam that adheres to the shape of its container.  This type of insulation is resistant to fire, rot, mold and pest infestation, making it suitable for both residential and commercial use.

Cellulose
Insulation

Cellulose insulation is an environmentally friendly, low cost material that is made mostly from recycled newspaper. It has high thermal resistance properties and can save on energy costs when compared to other types of insulation.

Fiberglass/Mineral Wool Insulation

Fiberglass and mineral wool insulation serves as an air barrier because the individual fibers are too large to fit through cracks and voids that may have developed in an existing building envelope. Fiberglass and mineral wool insulation can block airflow.

Fireproofing
C

The process of fireproofing is known as the field that deals with preventing or minimizing the spread of fire. It mainly focuses on protecting structural members from fire damage, including steel beams, steel trusses, and concrete components/elements.

Firestopping
C

Firestopping is the term used to define the products which are required for fire protection of structural systems. A void in a continuous barrier could allow a fire to spread throughout that void, thus compromising an entire building.