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CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE


BOND is the Northeast’s premier full-service construction management and general contracting company offering coordinated building and self-performing civil & utility services. As a key area of expertise, WE DELIVER A WIDE SCOPE OF CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE WORK including Academic & Healthcare Facilities, District Energy & Power Generation Services and Public & Corporate. BOND ensures successful project outcomes that are safe, reliable and cost effective.


BOND is committed to creating intelligently designed infrastructure that ensures reliability and safety, while providing minimal disruption to daily lives. As a leading full-service, self-performing civil & utility contractor since 1907, we’ve delivered thousands of infrastructure projects for clients in education, healthcare, district energy, power generation, public authority and corporate markets. Our ability to strategically think through complex work approaches, along with our commitment to safety and quality, are key reasons our customers depend on us.


MEET

CHRIS DECKER

vp, civil infrastructure

As Vice President of Civil Infrastructure, Chris is responsible for delivering integrated solutions to clients throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. With over 15 years’ experience, Chris is a highly motivated and dedicated industry leader, with a portfolio of infrastructure and energy projects, such as campus utilities, underground distribution systems, electrical infrastructure and capital improvements. His expertise includes project and program management, scope and budget development and preconstruction planning.


OUR CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE TEAM

CHRIS DECKER Vice President, Civil Infrastructure

JOHN HARMON Project Executive

SCOTT CHURCHILL Vice President, Estimating & Business Development

STEVE SPINOSA Project Executive

KANE CUDDY Vice President, Operations

GERRY McMORROW General Superintendent, Civil Infrastructure Services


OUR

MARKETS

CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE

ELECTRIC T&D

DISTRICT ENERGY

POWER GENERATION

OIL & GAS

HEALTHCARE

EDUCATION

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Providence

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New Haven

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OUR CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE

EXPERTISE ACADEMIC & HEALTHCARE FACILITIES Athletic Fields Hardscape & Landscape Site Enabling Site & Concrete Work Utility Systems DISTRICT ENERGY & POWER GENERATION SERVICES Site & Concrete Work Support Services Thermal Piping Utility Systems PUBLIC & CORPORATE Airport & Railroad Civil Work Bridge & Structural Upgrades Security Upgrades Street Furniture Structural Sidewalk & Slab Repairs Telecommunications Utility Systems

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# New York

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Newark

ENGINEERING NEWS-RECORD 2017 TOP 20 UTILITY FIRMS NATIONWIDE


casestudies


FOOTPRINT POWER

Salem Harbor Energy Station

$80 MILLION contract value

2018

year completed

ENGINEER

worley parsons

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION bond’s services

Iberdrola Energy Projects selected BOND as civil contractor for the new Salem Harbor Energy Center. The state-of-the-art 745 MW natural gas plant replaced a 60 year old coal & oil fired facility, requiring less than one third of the old plant’s land, leaving the remainder for new waterfront development. The incorporation of 2 General Electric 7F 5-series gas turbines into the plant will make it one of the most environmentally advanced in the country, permitting the region to avoid the emission of an average of approximately 450,000 tons of carbon dioxide per year.


construction

UNDERWAY


CONFIDENTIAL UNIVERSITY CLIENT District Energy Program Management

$10 MILLION contract value

CENTRAL POWER PLANT steam and chilled water

MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT bond’s services

BOND is currently providing Program Management Services under a Master Services Construction Management Agreement (MSPA). This program helps our client estimate, schedule and execute various central plant and distribution projects as they are identified, developed and funded. Individual projects are executed under these services based on the best model suited for each project, including: construction management, self-performing and design build.


construction

UNDERWAY


HARVARD UNIVERSITY

Allston District Energy Facility and Energy Distribution Systems

$110 MILLION contract value

2019

expected completion

ENGINEER

rmp engineering

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION bond’s services

This current project at Harvard is the new distribution thermal utility corridor from the District Energy Facility (DEF) that is being constructed by BOND’s Building Division. BOND’S Civil Infrastructure sector recently won this separate distribution contract and is working under the BOND Building Division DEF contract. The thermal distribution corridor for the new DEF building will consist of approximately 2000 LF of 24” hot water supply and return piping, 34” chilled water supply and return piping, 2000 LF of 12-way power duct bank and 8-way Western Avenue utility tunnel.


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

Steam and Condensate Line & Vault Replacement

$7.6 MILLION contract value

2016

year completed

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION bond’s services

BOND was contracted to provide vault replacements and steam line expansions for The University of Connecticut Storrs Campus with an aggressive 3 month schedule. The vault replacement was an integral part of an energy savings initiative project (ESCO) for the University. BOND was approached by ConEdison Solutions to perform the work due to the challenging scope and schedule of the project.


HARVARD UNIVERSITY Utility Tunnel

$11 MILLION contract value

2017

year completed

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION bond’s services

BOND installed a cast-in-place concrete utility tunnel beneath Western Ave. in Allston, MA to facilitate future installation of thermal utility piping to feed Harvard’s Allston campus. A large headhouse structure was constructed on the Charlesview property at the north side of Western Ave. Once the headhouse was complete, BOND rerouted the full width of Western Ave. onto the Charlesview property and on top of the now buried headhouse. This included both lanes of travel, bike lanes, sidewalks, street lighting and drainage. The detour allowed for the installation of approx 80 LF of tunnel beneath the existing Western Ave. and the installation of a smaller south headhouse and tunnel to tie into the Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) building foundation.


HOOSAC WIND PROJECT Iberdrola Renewables

$20 MILLION contract value

2011

year completed

ENGINEER

westwood professional services

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION bond’s services

Iberdrola Renewables selected BOND as a partner during the construction of one of the largest wind energy facilities in Southern New England. Located in the Berkshires, this $20 million project marks another milestone in Massachusetts’ Renewable Energy Initiative, which plans for Wind Energy to account for 10% of the state’s electricity load by 2020. BOND crews worked through the winter to clear and grub mountainside sites in order to construct access roads for a planned wind project. The wind farm consists of nineteen GE model 1.5MW wind turbines with 65-meter towers, 77-meter diameter rotors and ancillary systems.


REALITY CAPTURE | VIRTUAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

INTEGRATED SERVICES START WITH THE END IN MIND.

BOND’s Integrated Services model is a collaborative approach that combines the latest technology innovations with the brightest teams to manage a project’s entire life-cycle.


Site Evaluation Improved Planning Enhanced Quality Control Coordination and Constructability Reviews Virtual Reviews Model Code-Required Clearances Maintenance of Access Zones around Equipment Clash Detection within Existing Conditions Model Effectively Track Punch List / Commissioning Items


BROWN UNIVERSITY

Campus-Wide Utility Initiative

$50.8

2010

contract value

CONSTRUCTION

MILLION

year completed

ENGINEER wm group

bond’s services

As Brown University creates new spaces for teaching, research and living, it requires a highly reliable & energy-efficient utility infrastructure to support its growing campus. Bolstered by a 3 year, multi-million dollar district energy initiative, Brown selected BOND as construction manager of choice to build out this new infrastructure. The project included significant upgrades to its Central Utility Plant (CUP) & utility networks including MEP utility upgrades within the mechanical rooms of 28 campus buildings, process piping and an exclusively designed underground engineered piping system.


VEOLIA ENERGY BOSTON, INC. Steam Manhole Construction

$2.4 MILLION contract value

2006

year completed

ENGINEER

veolia energy

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION bond’s services

Veolia Energy North America operates and maintains the largest steam infrastructure in the cities of Boston and Cambridge, delivering 2.8 million pounds of hot water to over 250 customers. To keep these district energy networks operating at peak performance and efficiency, Veolia has partnered with BOND through the years to make significant upgrades at key locations. One of these projects was Veolia’s Steam Manhole Reconstruction project. BOND was engaged to deliver an urban excavation effort to restore two live Veolia manholes and rebuild steam anchors surrounding streetscape.


BOND uses LEAN construction strategies on all projects as a means to minimize costs and maximize value. This process challenges each project stakeholder to develop, and apply, better ways to manage the construction process.

LEAN APPROACH

ELIMINATE WASTE. ADD VALUE.


NATIONAL GRID Haverhill Solar Array

$700

2010

contract value

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION

THOUSAND

year completed

ENGINEER

elkus manfredi

bond’s services

BOND transformed a former Brownfield site into one of the largest “brightfield” projects in New England. National Grid’s, 1-magawatt, Haverhill Solar Array is a five-acre renewable energy project that features 4,600 solar panels mounted on drilled piers, and concrete ballast blocks. BOND’s scope, completed within a three-month fast-track schedule, included all civil, utility, and concrete construction; specifically, the earthwork to redistribute 5,000 cy of material on the site, 3,000 cy of contaminated soil management, 1,500’ of underground ductbank, 400 drilled concrete piers, 600 cast-in-place concrete ballast foundations, equipment pad construction and site restoration.


MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

MIT.nano Research Building, Utility Enabling & Civil Infrastructure

$11.9

2015

contract value

LUMP SUM CONSTRUCTION

MILLION

year completed

ENGINEER kleinfelder

bond’s services

BOND completed utility enabling work at the new site of the MIT.nano Research Building. The 2,000 researchers housed in this new facility utilize nanotechnology to create many materials and devices with a wide range of applications in medicine, electronics, biomaterials, energy production and consumer products.


BOND considers protecting every person within or near the construction site its foremost priority. No priority overrules safety at any time. We integrate safety into our construction planning and activities. This is represented by

OUR 2017 EMR RATING OF .68

SAFETY FORWARD BEST PRACTICES.


BOND’S KEYS TO SUCCESS

Strong ability to strategically think through complex work approaches Commitment to safety and quality Experienced management team Technical expertise Strict attention to budget and schedule Skilled working in sensitive areas such as: - live utilities - active industrial plants & university campuses - airport gates & taxiways - close proximity to pedestrian & vehicular traffic


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1907

services

preconstruction

www.bondbrothers.com

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| facilities asset management | fast track project delivery building & utility general contracting | design / build construction management

organization corporation, commonwealth of massachusetts

officers

edward a. bond, jr., chief executive officer robert c. murray, president

francis x. hayes, chief operating officer

thomas c. baillie, executive vice president, c&u division richard small, chief financial officer

paul james, sr. vice president, risk management

CORPORATE FACTS


administrative staff superintendents / field personnel total employees

200 550+ 750+

bonding limit

single project $500,000,000

total program $1,000,000,000

*aggregate uncompleted work program

bonding company

liberty bond services / aon risk solutions northeast

general liability insurance company

greenwich insurance company / aon risk solutions northeast, broker

workers’ comp insurance company

xl insurance america inc / aon risk solutions northeast, broker

617.457.7721


Chris Decker Vice President, Civil Infrastructure 617.394.6287 office | 617.594.2492 cell | cdecker@bondbrothers.com

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