RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, JULY 28, 2013 – As a prime contractor, PacRim received and completed a contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to prepare a Phase B Feasibility Study for the Expansion of the Air and Marine Operations Center (AMOC) on the March Air Reserve Base (MARB), Riverside, CA. The Phase B Feasibility Study examines different building alternatives and identifies a preferred alternative and concept design for expansion and renovation of the existing AMOC facility to meet the evolving missions and operations conducted by the Office of Air and Marine (OAM) personnel operating at the AMOC. The contract scope includes existing conditions assessment of site civil, architectural, MEP and communication systems, structural evaluation, Phase I ESA study and utility study; conceptual design of site civil, architectural, structural, MEP, communication systems; cost estimating; and construction staging. The estimated construction cost of the expanded AMOC facility is $67 million. Today, the Government issues a Contractor Performance Assessment Report (CPAR), rating all five categories of performances in Quality, Schedule, Cost Control, Management and Regulatory Compliance as “EXCEPTIONAL”, and recommending PacRim “for similar requirements in the future”. Congratulations to the PacRim Team!