Emcor (Norwalk, Connecticut) a company that specializes in the mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure and facilities services for a diverse range of businesses globally, reported that its subsidiary has received a three-year contract from the United States Air Force to provide operations and maintenance service for the Malcolm Grow Hospital (Camp Springs, Maryland) and 21 other medical support buildings at Andrews Air Force Base.
Emcor Government Services (EGS) will provide full service maintenance on all HVAC equipment, elevators, fire and security systems, and kitchen equipment at the facilities, as well as some grounds maintenance. EGS will also provide preventive maintenance services for emergency generators, the electrical distribution system, medical gas, the building envelope, plumbing, nurse call, and morgue.
"We are proud to continue to build upon the range of services we provide to the U.S. Military at bases across the United States," said Michael Shelton, President of Emcor Government Services. "This important contract at the home of Air Force One and the 316th Wing will help allow the base and its personnel to operate at maximum efficiency as they maintain our national security and coordinate air services for our country's leaders."