Modular SCIF Projects

We can facilitate multiple construction applications including Modular built SCIFs

Adamo Construction’s modular SCIFs are pre-manufactured in sections off-site while the actual site location is being developed to minimize the impact to your program. Many of our clients have rigid constraints regarding the amount of time that their site can be impacted by construction. Others are limited by the amount of buildable space within an existing building. In such cases, a modular building application may be your best solution. Our company has provided these modular type systems to fit the unique needs of our clients. We have installed these types of facilities all over the US. It is important to keep in mind that there are unique elements to the execution of a modular project that differ from other types of SCIF construction. Our expertise will help you navigate these elements with precision and ease. If you would like to discuss modular options for your upcoming project, please contact us at your earliest convenience for an individualized consultation.

LJT & Assoc. / US Navy

Location: Port Hueneme Naval Base, CA
Contract Value: $163,000
Date: October 2009

Adamo Construction provided design, fabrication, transportation, delivery and set up of this single wide (12’X56’) modular, self contained, Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF). All aspects of the project met the requirements of DCID 6/9 and related government directives. The unit was installed on a permanent concrete foundation. Adamo also constructed a vestibule to connect the modular SCIF to the existing building. Adamo provided accreditation documentation per DCID 6/9 annex A, fixed facility checklist.

Silva GC for Utah Air National Guard

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Air National Guard Base
Contract Value: $764,000
Date: March 2009

Adamo Construction provided services for this 5200 square foot modular SCIF project including conceptual design, facility fabrication, site installation, facility connection to site utilities and all required DCID 6/9 accreditation documentation. All aspects of the design, fabrication and installation were per DCID 6/9 and related government directives. This project utilized the 8(a) contract program.