Department of Defense

Safe, Reliable Contractors for the Department of Defense

Over the past 50 years, Adamo Construction has built a stellar reputation for providing cost-effective, on-schedule project delivery with safety and professionalism. These qualities have made it possible for us to successfully complete many projects for the Department of Defense. Our company has built hundreds of traditional, modular and mobile SCIF’s, SAP-F’s, and has also installed fiber-optic cables, video surveillance hardware, perimeter sensor systems and more for DoD customers as part of our consultation, design and construction services. If your program requires it, Adamo Construction can build it.

B-546 HUB Remodel Project Profile (United States Navy)

DoD Project Photo Location: Naval Sub Base Point Loma, San Diego, California
Contract Value: $754,245
Date: 2011

Scope:
Adamo Construction worked with Naval Facilities and Engineering Command (NAVFAC SW) to convert an outdated auto garage into an extension of their existing recreation center commonly referred to as “The HUB”. This project for Naval Base Point Loma was a turn-key design build project and the Adamo Construction management team worked closely with the recreation center staff to prevent impact to their existing daily operations. Some of the features on this project were the construction of a Large commercial kitchen complete with vent hood ansul system and grease trap, along with new men’s and woman’s restroom. Other unique features were Anti-Terrorism Force Protection windows (A.T.F.P), a roll up door, plaster coating over new exterior walls and high performance tube skylights.

B-1 Gym Project Profile (United States Navy)

DoD Project Photo Location: Naval Sub Base Point Loma
Contract Value: $1,178,855
Date: 2009

Scope:
Adamo Construction worked with Naval Facilities and Engineering Command (NAVFAC SW) to add 6000 square feet of new construction to their existing gym for their returning soldiers. This quality of life project for Naval Base Point Loma was a turn-key design build project that required strict adherence to NAVFAC quality control policies and reporting. The structure of this addition was a pre-engineered metal building that incorporated LEED principles. Some of those unique features were high volume low velocity fans, high performance tube skylights, light harvesting high efficiency lighting system, thermal solar panels for space heating and low E glazing. Some of the other unique Security and Safety features were Anti-Terrorism Force Protection windows (A.T.F.P) and Kal wall.

MFS Technologies (Army National Guard)

DoD Project Photo Location: Fresno, California
Contract Value: $40,000
Date: March 1999

Scope:
Provided installation of conduit, fiber optic cable and video surveillance hardware at helicopter apron. Project included installation of over ¾ of a mile of conduit and fiber optic cable.

Intruder Detection System at Aircraft Tarmac (Air National Guard)

Department of Defense Contractors Location: Los Alamitos, California
Contract Value: $88,000
Date: October 1998

Scope:
Provided installation of Perimitrax perimeter sensor system at helicopter apron to prevent undetected approach to aircraft. Project included installation of 1.2 miles of the sensor system with waterproof utility vaults every 1000 feet to house system hardware.