National Cancer Institute (NCI), Fort Detrick, Frederick, Maryland (Completed)
Capstone provided the project management services during the design and construction phases of a number of facility expansion and renovation projects. These services were performed as part of the SAIC and Bechtel Joint Venture, and on a subcontract basis. The approximate total value of the work supported was $17.7M. Services included: general construction management, design management, procurement and commissioning.
In addition, Capstone has completed two additional tasks at NCI that are separate from the project management services. For the first, Capstone developed a master baseline schedule and the associated reporting systems for the Facilities Maintenance and Engineering (FME) Department. A template approach was used to provide a consistent project structure and code structure, and also provide a uniform basis for loading the project costs and man-hour information. Different templates, based upon work processes, were used to create the Primavera baseline schedules for each work order.
- Vivarium Renovation, $2.5M
- Cancer Clinical Research Laboratory, $9.1M
- National Institute of Allergies & Infectious Diseases Laboratory, $2.4M
- Developmental Therapeutics Program Laboratory, $3.7M
Capstone's second task at NCI included making a series of enhancements to the FME Project Management Work Order Baseline Program. The most significant of these was the development of an earned value program (REVS). The REVS feature is used to manage the work scope performance of each work order through project planning, design engineering, procurement, construction, operational turnover, and project closeout.