29 Sep
Posted by MEB Admin

MEB was recently awarded HRSD's "VIP Nutrient Reduction Improvements Contract B Project." This $108M project includes deep excavations with sheeting/shoring and pile driving for new structures and pipe support slabs. New facilities include a Preliminary Treatment Facility, Equalization Tank, Versatile Bioreactor, Supplemental Carbon Storage and Feed Facility, Chlorine Contact Channel, Parshall Flume, Main Switchgear Building and an additional Secondary Clarifier. The project also includes major improvements/upgrades to all the existing facilities.

27 Feb
Posted by Super User
Virginia Beach, Virginia, September 23, 2013 – The joint venture team of MEB General Contractors and Noah Enterprises, along with RRMM Architects has completed the design and construction of the Navy’s first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum project east of the Mississippi River. LEED Platinum is the highest level of certification offered though the rating system as designed by the US Green Building Council to encourage and facilitate the development of more sustainable buildings. The design-build project (P851) was constructed for the United States Navy Seabees at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek/Fort Story. As the Naval Construction Force, the Seabees were established following the attacks at Pearl Harbor to fill a critical need for builders who could also defend the Country. The new building is named in honor of Lieutenant Carl Milford Olson and the lobby also serves as an historical and educational installation, displaying a wide variety of items and photographs that commemorate Seabee accomplishments throughout the world.
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20 Feb
Posted by Super User

Chesapeake, VA. Two employees at MEB General Contractors have been elected to lead construction industry organizations in Hampton Roads. Mark Olmstead has been elected President of the Hampton Roads Chapter of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA). Mr. Olmstead is the Senior Vice President at MEB and has been with the company for more than 30 years. He has managed the construction of many of the companies' highest profile projects including Oceanaire and Ocean Beach Club II at the Virginia Beach oceanfront, the new SEABEES Headquarters (LEED Platinum) at JEB Little Creek - Fort Story and the current expansion for Bauer Compressor in Norfolk. The mission of the DBIA is to achieve and maintain recognition as the industry center of expertise for design-build practice, to lead the expansion of design-build utilization across all industries and markets, and to pursue this mission in a manner that is inclusive of all project participants in integrated services delivery.

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