Vanguard Pacific is a Certified 8(a), Woman-Owned and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned small business providing construction and renovation, engineering and analytics and disaster preparedness and relief services to the United States Government. From small renovations to large construction projects, hurricane relief and long-term maintenance contracts, we have a proven record of personal, proactive management and high quality results. We take pride in our performance, our reputation, our safety record, and the fact that our clients continue to come back to us for additional work. Vanguard can truly provide the best value option for our customers.
WHO WE ARE
Vanguard's CEO, Sydney V. Cody, served in the Navy on active duty where she was attached to a Seabee Naval Mobile Construction Battalion. She led expeditionary construction detachments throughout the continent of Africa and cultivated an ingrained "can do" attitude. This attitude is evident in the culture she has created within the company. Please click below to learn more about our company and our capabilities.
Since our inception, we have completed 100% of our nearly 50 contracts on time or ahead of schedule. On average, we complete our projects 32% ahead of schedule and have never had a warranty claim on any project – further testament to the quality work Vanguard Pacific provides. Our firm has never initiated a change order with a client because we believe it is our responsibility to understand job requirements from the outset and we go to great lengths to ensure we do. We also maintain a laser focus on safety as is evidenced by our flawless safety record.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
This project, contracted in 2017, entailed the demolition of the existing arena used to train the United States Park Police and their equestrian partners at Edgewater Stables in Washington, DC. We completely demolished the 25,000 SF arena and constructed a new and improved space with historically accurate materials and finishings.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Our firm had the great honor or renovating the nineteenth century Swains Lockhouse to accommodate guest lodging. The scope included providing all tools, labor, equipment and materials to renovate the 1,200 square foot historic lockhouse situated on the bank of the Potomac River in Maryland. The work included demolition, sitework, masonry, carpentry, plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems, asbestos and lead paint removal.