Past Performance & Contract History

Past performance is a great indicator of a company’s competence and reliability. Our past performance ratings as a prime contractor, as well as our past performance as a sub-contractor to other companies, confirms our commitment to deliver exemplary projects.  Muscogee International has a 100% satisfaction rating for successfully completing all projects.

 

In addition to the past performance detailed below, Muscogee International has completed numerous other contracts, both in the continental United States and globally, in high-risk areas such as Afghanistan.  Additionally, Muscogee is one of two government contractors that are qualified for hazardous material removal and disposal under our current base operations contract at Ft. Huachuca, AZ as a teammate to EMCOR Corp.

Muscogee International takes pride in its past performance, highlights of which are listed below:

Riverspirit Casino - Margaritaville

Expansion Design

Phase I – Design and engineering services to develop low voltage/Information Transport Systems (ITS) infrastructure design for $350M casino/hotel project.  Plans consist of 1000 game casino floor, poker/gaming room, theater, back of house (BOH) operations, security center, three restaurants and 26 story resort hotel.  Design consists of voice/data, fiber backbone, surveillance, access control, video marketing, IP phone system, 10gbps Wi-Fi and point of sale (POS) systems.

Operations and Maintenance for Directorate of Installation Support Fort Huachuca

Hazardous Waste Removal

MI/MLA is responsible for the hazardous material removal and disposal under our current base operations contract at Ft. Huachuca, AZ as a teammate to EMCOR Corp.  

SETEC Oral Trials Courtroom Reporting Infrastructure

Hardware & Software Validation & Upgrade

Muscogee International performed existing hardware and software requirements validation/upgrade for judicial branch centers surveillance, audio, and court reporting systems and implemented validation recommendation for the Government of Mexico.

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