PSIGC fully understands both the federal, state, and local government work arenas. Whether it’s a military base, library, or state contract, we have the resources to get the job done right. We understand the particulars when it comes to contracting, prevailing wage scale (including Davis Bacon Wage Scale), and the Corps of Engineers. We self-perform most major scopes with over 200 tradesmen in the field.
We have experience working with VA Medical Centers, military bases (both internationally and domestic), as well as non-government organizations. Our federal, state, and local government experience gives us a strong competitive advantage.
Government contracts requires precision, knowledge, and strict quality controls to succeed. We thrive on new challenges, and work hard to do the job according to the project specifications. We understand the sensitivities of security levels and much of our staff have security clearances at a variety of levels.
At PSIGC, our goal is to plan and build the government facilities that help our country thrive. We always seek to be good stewards of taxpayer money. That’s why the government trusts PSIGC to do the job right, on time, and on budget.
Our Mentor Protégé Program
PSI sponsors a Mentor Protégé program through the Small Business Administration to help young growing companies in the federal workspace. PSIGC partners with these small businesses in a variety of ways, from large federal project’s to smaller VA hospital scopes. Through the mentor protégé program, we help with bonding, accounting, and other details that young growing companies may not have.
Georgia State Contract Specialist
PSIGC is also on the ezIQC contract for the state of Georgia. Projects procured through this program vary in size and scope. This gives us the ability to work with County, Municipal, and State facilities to help them procure their project in a more streamline system saving them time and money.
Partnering for Your Success
PSIGC partners with larger contractors for turnkey scopes in the federal workspace. This work takes PSIGC to bases throughout the US, as well as into international arenas. PSIGC’s ability to design and manage work helps us to be a great partner on any style or size project. PSIGC also self performs Electrical, Carpentry, Metal Stud Framing, Drywall, Acoustical Ceilings, Millwork, Painting, Flooring, Landscaping, and Underground Utilities on various projects.
Federal & Local Projects
VA Loma Linda Hospital Loma Linda CA
Replacement of high voltage underground feeder serving the entire hospital. This VA hospital in Loma Linda California is in operation and has 24hr operations. We completed the entire scope in 10 days.
The project was to replace the main feeders from the power company point of entry throughout the hospital campus. This was done during normal operations of the facility.
Over 3,000 feet of underground cable removed and replaced. Complicated switching and planning each pull. This job required areas to be blocked off and safety personnel to keep patients out of harm’s way.
This project was won through the mentor protégé program. It was complicated and required serious planning to make major pulls during regular business for the hospital.
City of Monroe Courthouse Monroe, GA
Description of Project: Interior renovation of a closed grocery store to house City of Monroe Law Enforcement. Spaces include the following: Lobby, Offices, Gym, Courtroom, Holding Cells, Interview Rooms, Storage for evidence and records.
Complete interior renovation. Addition of under-slab utilities and rework of fire protection systems. Repair and re-work of exterior and interior walls. Construction of new bathroom and locker room facilities and holding cells.
$2.33M buildout converting an old grocery store to a top end Public Safety Facility.
This project was won via TLAP and is schedule to last 7 months.
Statesboro-Bulloch County Public Library Renovation, Statesboro, GA
PSIGC contracted with the Statesboro Regional Library system to perform a much-needed renovation of two specific spaces within the main library branch.
This main library branch was constructed in 1941, structural brick three layers deep, wood framing with lavish trim and open occupied mezzanine in one section.
The Meeting Room and adjoining rooms were renovated to provide a better space for groups in Statesboro to have a modernized space to hold meetings. The Friends of the Library room and the existing kitchenette were swapped to give more space for The Friends of the Library to have more working space. In the Staff Workroom we removed existing walls to create more workspace for the staff. We also moved doors and windows to provide better lines of sight into the main library. The highlight of the project is a new circulation desk, which brightens up the initial contact point for residents as they enter the library. All spaces received much needed lighting, electrical, data, flooring, and paint upgrades.
PSIGC team members who worked to complete this project are Phillip Hayes, David Davidson, Dennis Harrell, and Ben Lusk