WPL garners a detailed understanding of military projects through our collective disciplines. Our surveyors perform topographic, boundary, fence line, steam line, and airstrip surveys all across the Norfolk District. The Coast Guard has solicited our civil engineers in the past for supporting the North Atlantic Division, including station upgrades at Port Huron, Michigan. Other previous civil-based site improvement endeavors include work for the following: Administration / Shop Building in Elizabeth City, North Carolina; Steam Plant decentralization in Cape May, New Jersey, and Emergency Services – Defense Supply Center in Richmond, VA. Our landscape architects are familiar with site planning, planting plans, and mastering planning using military project design guidelines. Such examples include the new kennel facility, perimeter security, entry and main entry control points at NAS Oceana in Virginia Beach, VA.
Recently, the landscape architecture division completed the SOF perimeter gate of the entry plaza at the visitor center for the Dam Neck Annex. With several military veterans in our company, WPL considers it an honor to work with the DOD and many other design build enterprises engaged in this work.