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S&B partners with a wide range federal departments to solve complex challenges and build cost-effective solutions that support national security and energy assurance. Federal clients are under immense budget and schedule pressures, and they know S&B will deliver on schedule and within budget. Using our integrated design-build approach, we bring expert, cost-effective solutions. Services include engineering, construction, environmental services, disaster preparedness and response, fencing and security, transportation and telecommunications.

Excellence comes standard. 

Federal clients rely on public funds. That’s why they rely on S&B for assured execution and uncompromising integrity. They know we have the processes and resources to get it done right. 

The definition of partnership.

Federal clients need certainty. That’s why they call S&B. As a true end-to-end EPC, we are their accountable partner throughout the process, from concept to grand opening. Our engineering, procurement and construction experts are one team, providing tightly integrated services at every stage.

The more complex the project, the more S&B is a valuable partner. We cover all EPC disciplines, including planning and full project management. We communicate with each other and our clients on every detail, so we can deliver quality, efficiency and assurance every day.

Featured Projects

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Fort Hood Vehicle Bridge

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

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John C. Stennis Space Center IDIQ

National Aeronautics And Space Administration (NASA)

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