MCFA Awarded Contract to Provide Master Planning Services for USACE Louisville District

HADDONFIELD, NJ, July 2nd, 2018 — The MCFA Etegra Joint Venture is proud to announce the official contract award to provide Architect/Engineer Services & Master Planning Services for Military and Civil Works Projects within the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division Mission Boundaries under a contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District.

The MCFA-ETEGRA JV (M|E JV) is a small business Joint Venture between MC Fuhrman Associates, LLC, a Small Business, and Etegra, Inc. (Etegra) a SBA Certified 8(a) and

DBE/MBE Small Business. The firms partnered together to offer the USACE Louisville District and its customers an optimum blend of master planning and conceptual design services ranging from big picture military installation master planning, infrastructure planning and civil works project development to individual project facilities planning and programming expertise.

Established in 1886, the Louisville District employs approximately 1,300 people in the five-state area of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio out of 60 field offices. The civilian workforce is made up of professional engineers, architects, planners, economists, biologists and other specialists and support staff. The mission of the Louisville District is to deliver solutions and manage resources supporting regional and national requirements through an expert team of multidisciplinary professionals utilizing best engineering practices and strategic partnerships to reduce disaster risk, strengthen the economy and support national security.

“Our team is thrilled to be of service to the USACE Louisville District and their key customers.”
says Brian Pieplow, MCFA – Program Manager of the M|E JV. “We look forward to providing the District high quality innovative and effective strategy and planning services to support the key military and civil works missions of the District’s customers.”

“We are honored to be a part of this effort. It is our duty to offer Etegra’s services in a manner that will improve the readiness and sustainability of the USACE facilities,” said Andrew Kishna, Chief Executive Officer at Etegra.

The contract term is for one base year plus four option years and work is forecasted to commence later this year.