Tetra Tech has partnered with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Middle East District (MED) since 2002 to provide architect-engineer (A-E) services in support of deployed U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force personnel, as well as allied foreign government agencies.

USACE MED is responsible for developing contingency and enduring military facilities and infrastructure to support U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Special Operations Forces and foreign military sales (FMS) programs throughout its twenty-country area of operation (AOR). This area is home to a wide range of climates and local labor capabilities, with complex mobilization and security challenges.

Tetra Tech has been the designer of record for more than $1.3 billion in design-build construction projects, providing more than $150 million in A-E services for planning and design of new and rehabilitated facilities and infrastructure in the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) AOR. From buildings and utilities to airfield and waterfront facilities, Tetra Tech’s multidisciplinary expertise spans the full range of military installation projects.

Over the course of the 15-plus-year relationship with USACE MED, Tetra Tech has earned favorable performance evaluations. More than 70 percent of our Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting (CPAR) evaluations have earned Exceptional or Very Good ratings for quality, schedule, cost control, and management—and numerous projects industry awards for engineering excellence.

Working closely with USACE MED and its customers, Tetra Tech prepares innovative, constructible designs that meet U.S. and host-nation design criteria while operating under extremely tight schedules. Much of this work requires travel to remote, austere, and sometimes hostile project locations that require security and logistics for field teams. Tetra Tech routinely mobilizes teams just a few days after contract award to meet with project stakeholders, perform site assessments, and complete field services. Tetra Tech’s portfolio includes projects in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.

Planning and Programming

  • Master planning and charrettes
  • Facilities and land use planning
  • Feasibility studies
  • Impact analysis
  • Facility condition assessments

Field Services

  • Unexploded ordnance (UXO) surveys
  • Topographical and LIDAR surveys
  • Geotechnical investigations
  • Dredging studies
  • Bathymetric surveys

Engineering and Design

  • Architecture
  • Civil and structural
  • Mechanical and electrical
  • Fire protection
  • Interiors

Construction Management Services

  • Quality assurance
  • Contract administration
  • Shop drawing review
  • Safety monitoring
  • Commissioning

Highlights

Dave George, Architecture and Engineering Program Management Expert

Dave George, Architecture and Engineering Program Management Expert

Managing planning and programming, building and infrastructure design, and existing facility renovations around the world

Camp Lemmonier Barracks

Celebrating the Completion of New Barracks in Djibouti

Providing design and construction services for the first LEED silver–targeted building in Africa

Related Projects

Master plan draft review meeting with RSLFAC

Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command Infrastructure and Design Improvements

Providing master planning and design-build services for five RSLFAC rotary-wing bases in Saudi Arabia

Baghdad Embassy Housing

Baghdad Embassy Housing

Designing a key piece of the new Baghdad Embassy Compound in Iraq

Shindand Air Base Afghanistan

Rotary Wing Parking Apron Construction for Shindand Air Base, Afghanistan

Serving as prime contractor for this design-build construction effort in a remote and austere environment

Iraq Overhead Coverage System

Iraq Overhead Coverage System

Designing force protection structures for the U.S. Military