The US Government has awarded RMF three successive five year IDIQ contracts to perform commissioning and re-commissioning services at US diplomatic facilities worldwide. RMF served as the commissioning agent for new multi-building and renovated compounds in more than 30 cities around the world.
As the commissioning agent for the government, RMF provided owner’s commissioning services of all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, some fire protection and life safety systems and certain building envelope systems. The scope of work included all interior building systems as well as site utilities and central energy plants.
RMF’s cleared team served as the primary commissioning team responsible for document reviews, working meetings and on-site commissioning activities. Some participants are contracted to be on site for up to ten months at a time.
Typically, projects include several buildings and amass a total area of 500,000 SF or more
All of these projects and facilities are considered mission critical
Many facilities include on-site dining facilities with commercial-scale food service equipment
Most of these projects include separate/detached utility plants for power and/or utilities generation, serving the entire diplomatic compound
Parking structures are also part of the Cx scope of work for DOS projects, including gas detection and exhaust systems, lighting, egress, and security elements
All diplomatic facilities constructed over the past 10 years have sought LEED Certification