Operations & Maintenance

Proven Facility Infrastructure Management

O&M_v3At VT Group, we understand and fulfill the needs for infrastructure support of government facilities. We proudly offer a full range of Base Operations Support (BOS), utility support and energy management services. Our customer partnerships result in well-functioning and cost-effective facilities that enhance readiness, mission execution and our customers’ capabilities. We sustain the quality of life for workers and enhance workforce productivity, while optimizing resources and realizing energy cost savings with conservation programs. Our services include:

  • Maintenance of installation equipment and heavy equipment
  • Real property management and maintenance
  • Facilities engineering including sustainment, renovation and repair work
  • Fleet management services
  • Grounds and surface areas maintenance
  • Waste management and HAZMAT planning and services
  • Environmental services
  • Security, guard and safety support services
  • Emergency services including firefighting operations, ambulance services and first responders

VT Group operates and maintains utility systems including: the base power grid, electrical transmission and distribution, emergency power generation and lighting, Central Thermal Plant (hot and chilled water distribution), water and wastewater treatment plants, and all equipment and components of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) operations. The electrical system includes electrical power distribution, lighting, uninterrupted power source (UPS), emergency generators and cathode protection. SCADA systems equipment and components are efficiently and safely operated per ANSI, ASHRAE, NEC, UFC, and NFPA Standards, OMSI, SOP 522, among others. Examples of our total base sustainment, infrastructure support and maintenance services experience include:

  • U.S. Army’s Fort Huachuca, Arizona
  • NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Facility, Wallops Island, Virginia
  • U.S. Navy’s Submarine Base at Kings Bay, Georgia