Case Study Department of Homeland Security
Optimizing Facility Operations for the Plum Island Animal Disease Center
The Plum Island Animal Disease Center (PIADC) is a partnership between the Evironmental Protection Agency and the Department of Homeland Security that works to protect U.S. livestock from the introduction of foreign animal disease like foot-and-mouth disease or swine fever. The facility does research to improve prevention, detection, response, and recovery to diseases that can threaten livestock health, the economy, and food safety.
The ASRC Federal team was brought on to provide facility operations and maintenance supported services to the Department of Homeland Security in a highly specialized and sensitive environment. Our team helped design, build, repair, and continually improve historical buildings, drainage systems, HVAC, major fuel oil facilities, and roadways as well as equipment.
Our team provided continuous support of the PIADC missions throughout winter storms, hurricanes, and even Superstorm Sandy.
Oversee installation and maintenance of at least 49 buildings on 840 acres.
Design, build and repair buildings, marine bulkheads, roads, drainage systems, major fuel oil facilities, and pipelines, as well as 89,000 square yards of paved roadways and 175,000 square yards of unpaved roadways.
Provide continuous support of PIADC missions throughout winter storms and hurricanes, including Superstorm Sandy.