Architecture firm wins $10M contract to support DoD education program

Waller, Todd and Sadler, Architects Inc. has won a $10 million contract with the Army to support the Department of Defense Education Activity program (DoDEA).

DoDEA’s objective is to make the United States a world leader in education, enriching the lives of military-connected students and the communities in which they live, according to the DoDEA website. The program aims to educate, engage and empower each student to succeed.

Under the contract, Waller, Todd and Sadler will provide professional services for planning, design and construction of the program.

Work is expected to wrap up in October 2018.

Thirty-three companies bid on this contract.

Waller, Todd & Sadler is a Virginia Beach, Va.-based architecture firm that supports a number of branches of the military as well as educational institutes and municipalities.

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