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Project / Process Results

This "diverse set" of projects demonstrate JDA's unique knowledge, skill, experience, and the 3PQ Process that establish acquisition plans and project procurement documentation. "High Performance" project creation for Federal, State, and local stakeholders demonstrate how JDA leadership has brought success to Owners around the United States.
Office/Retail | Residential \ Sports/Leisure | Industrial/Warehouse | Science/Laboratory | Military | Academic/Educational | Infrastructure | Aviation
US Fish & Wildlife Service
Multiple locations - Region 2
Strategic Refuge Infrastructure and Facilities Planning

Ongoing Projects:

 

Across 12 national USFWS refuge sites, JDA was selected to develop concept site and facilities plans to include infrastructure,  administrative/office facilities, trails, teaching areas, interpretive and

environmental education, parking and access. 

Scheduled Completion 2020

Haskell Indian Nations University
Stidham Student Union Renovation
 
Student Food Services and Accessibility

Ongoing Project:

JDA was selected by the Bureau of Indian Education to guide the programming, budget development, pre-design services and design for renovations of the historic Stidham Student Union. Working with leadership at Haskell Indian Nations University, JDA is providing full design for a central facility at a National Historic Registered campus.

Scheduled Completion 2020

DOE/NREL
Research Support Facility
"World's Largest Net Zero Energy Office Buildings"

At $100 million and 360,000 SF: the Research Support Facility is a showcase of how High Performance buildings can be aesthetically compelling and reduce performance risks to the Owner, Designer, and Builder. Designed to meet the LEED Platinum rating as defined by the US Green Buildings Council: the first Zero Energy Building (ZEB) of its kind.

Awards:

White House GreenGov Award

American Institute of Architects (AIA) COTE

Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Design Excellance

Through application of a unique "Design-Build" acquisition strategy; the overarching purpose, goals, and objectives of the project improved efficiency and reliable passage of waterborne traffic locking through the IHNC, by reducing transit times of waterborne traffic locking through the IHNC with a new replacement lock capable of handling today’s waterborne commerce needs.

Awards:

ASCE Opal Award

ACEC Grand Conceptor Award

ASEC Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) award

Inner Harbor Navigation Channel
USACE- New Orleans
IHNC Lock Replacement
ANG 188th Fighter Wing
CE Squadron Headquarters
"1ST LEED Gold (Air National Guard)"

This $8.3 million project, constructed on a 5 acre site , included 3 new buildings, including a 30,000 SF Headquarters facility.  As a High Performance facility, the project was constructed to meet the requirements of LEED Gold...a first for HQ buildings for the Air National Guard. Integrating high-performance systems such as Energy Star equipment and photo voltaic (PV) energy generation, the CESH increased value without changing the appropriated price.

Awards:

Air Force Center for Energy and the Environment (AFCEE)

Wastewater Treatment
Liberty Utilities Center
"1st Performance-Based Design-Build WWT Facility in US"

The Liberty project is the first Design-build of it's type in Missouri and, in ways, the US. It is an example project used to successfully forge Design-build legislation in Missouri. In utilizing a fixed price, performance based procurement with incentives, this $75 million, 7MGD+ complex maximized the best of Design-build to resounding success.

Awards:

Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) National Merit Award

Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA-MAR) Project of the Year

Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA-MAR) Honor Award

Kansas State University
Olathe Campus-IAHFSI
"1st Performance-Based Design-Build for KSU"

The International Animal Health and Food Safety Institute, a $28 million, 108,000 square foot LEED Certified facility, expanded K-State into a three-campus system.

The building includes laboratories, classrooms, one of the area’s largest teaching kitchens, a 125-person auditorium, a public bistro and conference rooms. One-third of the building is made up of state-of-the-art labs available for private enterprises that want to collaborate with K-State researchers and students

Awards:

Olathe Disability Advisory Design Excellence Award

Gold Level Healthy KC Certified Organization: Kansas City Chamber of Commerce

Panama Canal Expansion
ACP (Panama Canal Authority)
"World's Largest Design Build Project"

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) received "Design-build Best Practices" education to structure a "design-build" contracting strategy for new locks under the Canal's Expansion Program; the largest and most important project under the $5.25 billion expansion. The Expansion Program built a new lane of traffic along the Panama Canal through the construction of a new set of locks, doubling capacity and allowing more traffic and longer, wider ships.

Awards:

International Marine Organization (IMO) Environmental Award