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  • May 2016 A new two-story reinforced concrete, modern Post Office (1160 SM) was constructed

    rn A new two-story reinforced concrete, modern Post Office (1160 SM) was constructed, to include 3701 post office boxes, on MCAS Iwakuni, Japan to support increased base population which is the result of the Defense Policy Realignment Initiative (DPRI) of U.S. forces in the Pacific Region.

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    rn ALQIMI National Security, Professional Services Group, Facility Development Project Manager Shawna Pedersen successfully resolved design and construction issues, and worked with the end user to increase workflow productivity, and successfully facilitated turnover of the facility from the Government of Japan to the US Government in April of this year. 

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    rn On May 9th of 2016 MCAS Iwakuni held a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the first service-oriented project in the Iwakuni DPRI to be delivered to the general base community.  Ms. Pedersen’s outstanding service in successfully delivering this project was recognized during the ceremony by the Commanding Post Office Master and the Commanding Officer MCAS Iwakuni.  

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    rn In the past 4.5 years Ms. Pedersen has successfully delivered Barracks, an Aviation Fire Station, a Corrosion Control Hangar, a Weather Vehicle Pad and an Armory.  Her, current projects include a four Gates, a Detention Center, and four schools totaling over 440,000 square feet.

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  • January 2016 ALQIMI National Security, Inc. (ALQIMI) has been awarded subcontract on a multiple award

    ALQIMI National Security, Inc. (ALQIMI) has been awarded subcontract on a multiple award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with a $6 Billion ceiling value to provide enterprise information technology support for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) on the Enhanced Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (E-SITE) contract vehicle.  This five-year contract positions Rockville, MD based ALQIMI for continued growth.  DIA provides military intelligence to warfighters and policymakers supporting national security planning, intelligence operations, and weapons system acquisitions.  Under the contract, ALQIMI will compete to provide a wide range of information technology solutions and services focused on mission and business applications, enterprise computing, cyber security, communications, and other support services.

  • November 2015 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Commanding General, Brigadier General Sanborn visit to MCAS Iwakuni, Japan

    Alqimi Project Management Lead, Mr. Dave Dunne and Senior Installation Protection Engineer, Mr. Bryan Findlay briefed the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Commanding General, Brigadier General Sanborn during his recent visit to MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.  The general and his staff were able to conduct a tour of a $195M aviation training facility being constructed as a part of the DPRI program.  Installation Protection Engineer, Mr. Aaron Shenk assisted in the tour.

     

  • September 2015 ALQIMI National Security Awarded Prime Contract for DPRI Okinawa Facilities Support Services – Project Successfully Kicked off

    This project was successfully kicked off and work started on 8 September, 2015 by Mr. John (JJ) Ruttenberg and Patrick Picotin of ALQIMI National Security, who were on site in Okinawa to ensure a smooth contract/project start and transition.

    The contract scope is for:

    1. Support to the Okinawa DPRI Planning Group Mission of developing the replacement facility for Futenma

    2. Air Station at Camp Schwab (Okinawa, Japan), and

    3. The relocation of the tenant USMC OPFOR (Operational Force), with minimal disruption and minimal operational impacts to III MEF (Marine Expeditionary Forces) operational readiness.

    Period of Performance (POP):

    1. 43 months’ total

    2. Contract Work Start 8 SEP 2015

    3. Base Year, Plus 2 Option Years, 6-month extension

     

  • May 2015 ALQIMI Team PM, Michael Root, recognized for Project Management support role in successful opening of MCAS Iwakuni Flightline Dining Facility

    Mr. Michael Root, ALQIMI DPRI Facilities Development Project Manager, recently celebrated the successful opening of the new Flightline Dining Facility onboard MCAS Iwakuni during a special meal arranged by the installation Food Service Officer. A complicated, high-visibility project with significant operational and quality of life impacts, there were concerns that the Flightline Dining Facility could experience a delayed completion. Mr. Root lead an exceptional team of construction stakeholders, demonstrating professionalism and attention to detail in overcoming unexpected obstacles and resolving multidisciplinary problems. This close and intense coordination resulted in all work finishing in time for the scheduled Grand Opening. DPRI Director Brian Wottowa presented Mr. Root with a military command coin during the weekly Staff Meeting in recognition of his exceptional work on this and other projects.