Customer: U.S. Department of State
Construction of a new U.S. Embassy compound at an isolated project site far from city utility services. The project had to be fully self-sufficient regarding power generation and potable water. Eight new buildings were constructed on a former cocoa plantation in the middle of thick jungle terrain. Scope of work also included residences such as townhouses and new homes for the Chief of Mission and Deputy Chief of Mission. An important element in Caddell’s project approach was the preservation of an enormous Ceiba tree that towered over the embassy property. Considered gigantic even in this nation famous for its large trees, Caddell implemented strict security measures that very effectively protected this fine specimen. $53.7M
Highlights: ♦ Winner of National AGC Build America Award.