FEDERAL

CROFT leaders have managed hundreds of federal A/E design projects over the past two decades consisting of more than $80 million of federal A/E design services worldwide.

Our leaders have served the US Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC), Defense Logistics Agency, USACE Mobile, USACE Savannah, US Navy Research Laboratories, Air Force Space Command, Charleston AFB, Robins AFB, Eglin AFB, Dobbins ARB, Kings Bay NS, NAS Jacksonville, NAS Atlanta, FLETC Glynco, National Park Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, Federal Aviation Administration, and the Federal Bureau of Prisons.  

OUR PEOPLE

CROFT leaders excel at both architect and engineering led projects and have virtually unsurpassed facility condition assessment experience. Whether designing a new building, ADA restroom improvements, or retrofitting a hangar with LED lighting, CROFT has grown consistently by being faithful in accomplishing both large and small things for our clients.

Prior to becoming a design and energy consultant, Director of Engineering Jeff Morgan served as a Facilities Engineer at the Kennedy Space Center, responsible to inspect and maintain MEP infrastructure of some of the Kennedy Space Center’s most sensitive mission critical facilities. His orientation towards maintainability and simplicity of design using proven, best-in-class systems is a factor that sets CROFT apart.

ON-TIME, ON-BUDGET

CROFT performs architecture, mechanical, electrical, and energy engineering, cost estimating, and construction administration services using our own in-house staff.  We believe that the cohesion of having these core design disciplines “under one roof” adds tremendous value to our federal clients by allowing us to simplify and more carefully coordinate our designs. We believe this level of coordination is essential to minimizing construction change orders, integrating building systems into tight spaces, and delivering the kind of enduring buildings that federal clients demand.

CROFT's culture of rigorous involvement in projects from planning, design, and construction through client occupancy has allowed CROFT to achieve an exceptional rate of on-time delivery and one of the lowest construction change order rates in our industry.  The construction change order average for projects that CROFT designs is 0.9% - far less than the Industry average of 4.0%. 

CROFT currently holds prime A/E design contracts with:

National Park Service - Includes ALL FEDERAL agencies Contract PS-15-PC-00467, FY2016-2020, $10 million

Federal Aviation Administration - Southeast Region of FAA Contract DTFASA-17-R-00553, FY2018-2022, $9.5 million

 

RECENT FEDERAL PROJECTS