Government

AIM Services, Inc. has extensive experience working on federal contracts. We have provided demolition and environmental services in support of federal projects using a number of different contracting vehicles including Bid-Build, Design-Build, Design-Bid-Build, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Job Order Contracts (JOC), Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC), Simplified Acquisition Base Engineering Requirements (SABER), and Service Order Contracts (SOC). On federal projects, AIM provides services as both a prime and subcontractor. AIM is familiar with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, the Davis-Bacon Act, OSHA and EPA regulations, Department of Labor regulations, and all other legal and regulatory requirements for doing work on federally funded projects.

AIM has performed projects for the United State Navy, the United States Army, the United States Air Force, the United States Marine Corps, the United States Coast Guard, the National Guard, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, NASA, and the General Services Administration (GSA). Projects have ranged from small jobs to multimillion dollar contracts. Service areas include government owned industrial, medical, and office buildings, government owned housing, privatized government housing, and on board aircraft and naval vessels of the United States Armed Forces.

In addition to federal work, AIM has been involved in numerous contracts working with multiple state governments. We are certified by the Commonwealth of Virginia in the small, women- and minority-owned business (SWaM) Program. We have completed projects for the Virginia Department of Transportation. AIM also has successfully accomplished numerous projects for state run and private universities including Salisbury State University and the University of Maryland (Maryland), Elizabeth City State University (North Carolina), Tidewater Community College, Old Dominion University, Virginia Commonwealth University, and the College of William and Mary (Virginia).

On a local level, AIM has completed projects throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware for municipal organizations including: the Portsmouth Police Department, Portsmouth Public Schools, The City of Norfolk, Northampton County Schools, Newport News Public Schools, Hampton Public Schools, James City County Public Schools, The City of Chesapeake, Chesapeake Public Schools, Suffolk Public Schools, Virginia Beach Public Schools, Wicomico County Schools, Worcester County Public Schools, Dorchester County Public Schools, and Kent County Schools (Dover, DE).

 

Shipboard

The AIM Services home office is located in Hampton Roads, Virginia. This region is home to Naval Station Norfolk, the largest naval base in the world. The United States Navy has nine different bases, air stations, and shipyards located within 30 minutes of our Chesapeake office. In addition, several large ship repair facilities including MHI, BAE Systems, Colonna’s Shipyard, Lyons Shipyard, General Dynamics NASSCO Earl, and Newport News Shipbuilding support the Navy’s mission in the area. AIM has been a proud partner with all of these firms in completing projects on board over 400 marine vessels. Our team has completed work on submarines, frigates, destroyers, cruisers, amphibious assault vessels, oilers, supply ships, aircraft carriers, cutters, tenders, patrol boats, research vessels, surveying vessels, tugs, barges, dredges, ferry’s and even yachts.

In addition to the United States Navy, AIM has completed projects on vessels owned and operated by the US Military Sealift Command, US Army Corps of Engineers, the national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the United States Coast Guard, municipalities, and private individuals and corporations.

In maritime environments, AIM provides shipyard services and has worked on piers and dry-docks at Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, the US Navy degaussing pier at Sewell’s Point, as well as private shipyards and corporate marine terminals.

In shipboard and maritime environments, AIM provides hazardous materials abatement and remediation services including asbestos abatement, mold remediation, and the removal of coatings containing heavy and/or toxic materials. AIM has performed ballast installations involving lead ingots and has also completed several dunnage projects on supply vessels. Additional services include insulation and lagging and the removal of decking materials and non-skid coatings.

AIM carries Longshoreman and Harbor Workers Compensation (USL&H) insurance. We are proud of the naval and maritime heritage of our area and of our role in serving the needs of the Navy, Coast Guard, and shipboard/maritime industry.

 

Commercial/Residential

No project is too small. AIM has completed hundreds of projects involving commercial and residential properties. We have partnered with developers to perform services as part of renovations, repurposing of buildings, and revitalization of commercial properties. AIM performs water damage and dry out services and frequently teams with insurance companies, real estate offices, and remediation and restoration companies to perform demolition and abatement work in businesses and homes.

Due to the nature of the materials we handle, we frequently work in older properties that have historic significance. AIM has performed work in properties built as early as the 1750’s. We take great care to understand and follow the protocols and protections put into place to ensure the historical integrity of the structures on which we are working.

We understand the great care that must be exercised when working in homes occupied by families and in businesses where the work must take place with the workforce present. As recently as 2013, AIM was contracted to remove and treat moldy building materials from scores of occupied military housing units. The safety, comfort, and well-being of the residents, many with small children, was of upmost importance. The work was performed without a single incident or complaint.

If you have projects that involve residential or commercial properties, including historical buildings, please feel free to contact AIM. References for previous projects can be provided upon request.