Fort Drum Military Installation – Various Projects
Fort Drum, New York
In 1984, the Department of the Army announced that Fort Drum would be the new home of the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry). Between 1986 and 1992, Ft. Drum began expansion that included construction of 130 new buildings, 35 miles of roads, and 4,272 sets of family housing units at a cost of $1.3 billion.
Today, Fort Drum consists of 107,265 acres and includes active command units, administrative and logistical support units, tenant units, and reserve units from all services in training at Fort Drum, as well as planning and support for the mobilization and training of almost 80,000 troops annually.
Fort Drum Military Installation – Various ProjectsATL has provided technical support services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and numerous contractors on over 65 projects on the Fort Drum Military Installation during its expansion.
Projects included multiple barracks, headquarters, maintenance buildings, vehicle and equipment maintenance facilities, organizational storage buildings, parking areas, tactical facilities, dining facilities, landfills, educational facilities, clinics, and the Wheeler-Sack Airfield upgrade.
Services provided on base included:
- Asbestos Bulk Sampling
- Asbestos Consulting Services
- Asbestos Project Monitoring
- Concrete Mix Design Services
- Construction Materials Engineering and Testing Services
- Environmental Soil Sampling
- Geotechnical Engineering Services
- Inspection of Cast-in-Place Piles
- Laboratory and Field Testing of Bituminous Pavement
- Lead Sampling and Analysis
- Monitoring Well Installation
- Structural Steel Erection
- Subsurface Investigation
- Underground Storage Tank Testing