Frankfurt Short Bruza, an Oklahoma City architectural and engineering firm, recently received the highest rating available, Exceptional, for three completed federal projects across the country.
The ratings are recorded in the Architecture-Engineer Contract Administration Support System (ACASS). The scoring system is used by nearly all federal agencies for evaluating the performance of firms on federal projects.
“An CPARS Exceptional rating reflects the pride we take in providing outstanding work on projects everywhere,” said Rick Johnson, principal at Frankfurt Short Bruza. “In our firm’s 67 year history, we have always been committed to delivering the highest quality architectural design and engineering services.”
The projects reviewed for the ACASS rating include:
• North Island Naval Air Station Helicopter Hangar, San Diego, Cali.
• North and South Gate Entrances, Malmstrom Air Force Base, Cascade County, Mont.
• Drug Enforcement Agency – Alliance BCA/BER Report, Fort Worth, Texas