National Park Service

DSC Manages Largest Volume of Project Work in its History

Photo of the demolition of the Elwha Dam at Olympic National Park.

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Demolition of the Elwha Dam at Olympic National Park.

November 2011

In FY 2011, Denver Service Center successfully managed $1.8 billion in project work—the highest volume of project work in its history. The significant work volume is due to the substantial amount awarded in fiscal year 2010, a total of $716 million. In FY11, many of the projects awarded in FY10 were under construction. In addition, DSC awarded $255 million with a 82% obligation rate in FY11.

“Denver Service Center continues to manage an unprecedented workload while maintaining our high standards for customer service and quality. I’m so proud of our staff and their continued accomplishments this year,” said Sam Whittington, the center’s director.

In FY12, DSC will continue to work on nationally significant projects, including the Elwha River restoration at Olympic National Park, life and safety upgrades at Statue of Liberty National Monument, the humpback bridge on George Washington Parkway, rehabilitation of the Lincoln Memorial reflecting pool, and construction of a new border crossing facility at Boquillas at Big Bend National Park.

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