MATOC - Ft. Detrick

Complex Problems


Site Restoration

MATOC FY18 Demolition Ft. Detrick, MD Task Order

Ft. Detrick, MD

Overview: Abatement, demolition, and site restoration of five structures at Fort Detrick in support of the United States Army Corps of Engineers ‐ Huntsville Division. This project award, serving the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) - Huntsville Division. Northeast Region U.S. Facilities Reduction Program (FRP), included the abatement, utility disconnection, demolition and site restoration of five structures; a modestly sized modular office building, a concrete holding tank, two very large fuel tanks and a 16,000 square foot, multi-level boiler house. We provided all labor, supplies and services necessary to complete this Northeast Region demolition task order at Fort Detrick, MD.

Capabilities Delivered


We are pleased to serve the United States Army Corps of Engineers on key remediation projects. Reporting to the Huntsville Division in cooperation with the Northeast Region U.S. Facilities Reduction Program, we provided all labor, supplies and services, plus essential expertise in abatement, demolition, and project management, returning the site to useable space.

Project Details

Throughout its history, Fort Detrick has contributed scientific breakthroughs and medical solutions for the Armed Forces and the nation. The history of the post actually began in 1931 when the Frederick airport was renamed Detrick Field and designated a part of the Maryland National Guard. The field was named in honor of Frederick Louis Detrick, a Frederick County native who served as a U.S. Army flight surgeon during World War I in Belgium. After the war, he joined the Maryland National Guard's 29th Division Air Service and was a respected surgeon and faculty member of Johns Hopkins University Hospital.

We designed and implemented a work plan to conform to the requirements in the FRP Region MATOC including the performance work statement, and all applicable federal, state, and local regulations, and all work plans and submittals. We presented a completed description of the planning, assessment, and demolition process as applied to the facilities. Other personnel required on-site included Site Safety and Health Officer and Quality Control Manager. Every effort was made to ensure abatement, demolition, and site restoration was accomplished to facilitate the completion of the higher priority structures before the lower priority structures.


Waste Treatment

Our fixed base facilities offer highly specialized treatment options that help reduce risk and avoid costly internal program development.

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Nuclear & Technical

Our highly experienced team of professionals can handle domestic and international challenges across all project disciplines.

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We repair, calibrate, and rent radiological and industrial hygiene instrumentation, and have one of the country's largest commercial instrument inventories.

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Our research team specializes in development of new and innovative solutions that manage risk and create value associated with nuclear materials.

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NORM / TENORM Services

Our team provides turn-key services for NORM management, specializing in tailoring solutions for difficult waste streams and strategic support which range from regulatory compliance consulting to turn-key NORM program management design and implementation.

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