Word’s on the street—Brice Builders (BRB) has gone global and nationwide!
BRB is excited to announce the execution of two recent contract awards for projects located in Germany and Kuwait! Barely two years young, BRB went from work at a single location—Tyndall AFB, Panama City, Florida, to being a player on the global map.
In Germany, BRB is a team subcontractor on a contract to update two communication towers at the the US Army’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) in Kleinelburg, Germany known as the Hohenfels Training Range. In Kuwait, BRB is a prime contractor to the US Agency for Global Media (USAGM) to design and construct a short wave (SW) antenna expansion project at the Kuwait Transmitting Station (KTS), which provides SW radio communication/transmission to the African continent and Middle East region.
For BRB Vice President, Doug Henry, going global is old hat. Despite that BRB is barely two years young, it was Doug’s decades of experience in international business where he is highly networked in his area of expertise—telecommunications infrastructure that helped “bring home the bacon”.
In addition, BRB has expanded across the U.S. BRB is currently performing radar system upgrades at 11 sites across remote Alaska, and is preparing to kickoff a construction project to provide 20,000 sq. ft. of usable swing space to temporarily house medical staff and outpatients at a Veterans Affairs facility in the San Francisco area. Stay tuned for project updates!