Woolpert was founded by Charlton D. Putnam in 1911. LISA POWELL / STAFF

Woolpert joint venture wins $10M job

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has contracted with the joint venture of Woolpert-RS&H, LLC for a $10 million contract to provide design support.

The four-year contract unites two architecture and engineering companies to design buildings and structures, such as administration, communications, assembly, storage, aircraft maintenance hangars, airfield paving and more.

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David Ziegman, Woolpert’s Military market director, said the work in the corps’ Norfolk, Va. district will be similar to a recent contract the joint venture signed with the corps’ Louisville district to provide design support for the Air Force Reserve Command construction program nationwide.

“Our Woolpert-RS&H team continues to refine its high-quality deliverables within the specific demands of the military environment,” Ziegman said in a release from Woolpert. “We’re proud to be able to provide this needed service and support the Corps and their valued defense and interagency clients.”

With 24 offices across the U.S., Woolpert has 213 employees in Beavercreek and more than 600 nationally.


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