SAINT LOUIS, MO – August 5, 2016 – At the time of our formation in 2010, Etegra started as a Program and Construction Management firm with a primary focus on public sector clients; specifically, the Department of Veteran Affairs and the Military Health Systems. In 2013, Etegra expanded its services to encompass architecture in its pursuit of Architectural-Engineering Open-Ended Federal Contracts.
Now, in 2016, Etegra has expanded even further, and is excited to announce the addition of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection (MEPF) engineering to our professional services profile. A large amount of Etegra’s current Federal contract vehicles are primarily funded for sustainment, restoration and modernization (SRM), and many of these task-orders focus on upgrades to existing MEPF systems. This sparked our initiative to develop a MEPF department internally, providing Etegra the capability to handle these services in-house.
Mr. Bruce Levitt, PE, has joined our Team and will be heading our MEPF Division. He brings more than 35 years of experience as a Consulting Engineer, with a history of designing some of the most recognized, innovative, and energy efficient buildings in this area. While maintaining our focus on federal government projects, Etegra is expanding our capabilities to provide MEPF engineering for smaller SRM funded projects in-house. Etegra would like to expand our MEPF services into the educational, commercial and institutional clients with Mr. Levitt providing the leadership and management of these services. Our MEPF Engineering Department will be set up as a separate division, and will be a partner with outside firms.
“We are excited about this new venture for Etegra, and we are thrilled to bring these new services to our valued clients, partners, and friends,” Andrew Kishna, CEO, said.
Etegra is a full service, 8(a) architect-engineer (A-E) firm. Services include architecture, engineering, construction management and environmental consulting. Our clients are primarily in the public sector, composed of state, local, and federal agencies such as GSA, VA, NGA, and DoD. Our design services specialize in secured facilities, healthcare, and historical renovations.
Etegra currently holds more than $85 Million in A-E IDIQ value.
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