GSA DHS Raymond Land Port of Entry Rehabilitation

Federal & Defense Agencies

AFG is provided CM services on the Raymond Land Port of Entry which is an active entryway station in Montana, on the Canadian border. During this project, the facility housed multiple tenants, including the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

This project focused on the replacement and rehabilitation of the façade on the Raymond LPOE Main Port building. The Main Port Building is an office and initial inspection facility with approximately 11.5K SF of interior space, supported by two smaller prefabricated buildings that serve as a secondary inspection and parking facilities. The structure is primarily concrete and precast concrete frames, with modular glass, translucent, and metal panels. Construction will also include mechanical, electrical, architectural, and civil work to improve the existing condition of the Main Port Building to meet GSA drawings and specifications.

AFG supported the GSA Project Manager at all stages throughout construction, facilitating project administration, design review, and QA/QC support throughout the project. In addition to ensuring the project duration and budget fall within client guidelines, AFG worked to significantly reduce construction and demolition waste generated from this project.

Owner: US General Services Administration (GSA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Construction Value: $2.3M

Completion Date: 2022

Services: Construction Management, Design Review, & Quality Assurance