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Futron Supports 355th Civil Engineer Squadron On-Site at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (DMAFB)
Nearly 400 military and civilian engineers comprise the 355th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), located in Tucson, Arizona (AZ). The squadron operates out of 21 different facilities across the installation. Their efforts day-in and day-out provide the 355th Fighter Wing and teammates with a top-notch platform from which to train, operate and deploy.
Futron supports the mission of the 355th CES with on-base certified and trained Facility Inspectors, including in project leadership roles. The CES is responsible for many of the behind-the scenes base functions including maintenance of all facilities, properly functioning utilities, unaccompanied housing and environmental management. They also plan, program, and execute all construction on base to the tune of $50-$80 million annually. The most visible CES members are ready for any emergency at any given time. These include members of Fire and Emergency Services, Readiness and Emergency Management, and Explosive Ordnance Disposal.
The CES prides themselves on employing sound asset management principles that enable Davis-Monthan members to successfully continue the base mission every day while simultaneously ensuring the base has the capacity to meet the needs of tomorrow’s Air Force.
Futron was awarded this contract as a Prime contract on the OASIS Small Business (SB) Pool 3 contract vehicle.