Colorado Construction Company Expands Global Footprint
COLORADO SPRINGS — Bryan International, a subsidiary of Bryan Construction Inc., headquartered in Colorado Springs, continues to expand into new construction markets in many countries around the world.
Founded in 2010, Bryan International initially built projects in Afghanistan supporting the US military mission and improving the country’s infrastructure. For the last two years, Bryan International has broadened its range and expanded in Europe, Africa, and other countries in the Middle East. Presently, the company is a selected contractor on numerous contracts for the US Army Corps of Engineers and US Navy for projects in Romania, Estonia, Georgia, Israel, and 22 African countries.
The company has numerous facilities under construction in Romania, to include an airport terminal building for joint US military and NATO usage, a large aircraft fueling facility for military aircraft, and a rail facility to load and unload materials, vehicles, and equipment for transportation throughout Europe, also supporting NATO.
The company is also assisting the US Government through the construction of humanitarian aid projects in Africa, most notably construction of schools in Togo, Africa.
As of June 22, 2018, Bryan International became part of the Israel Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Europe District. This contract has a capacity of $148.5 million. Contracts under this MATOC include military projects in Israel funded as part of Israel’s Foreign Military Sales Program. Construction will occur on numerous Israeli Army and Air Force bases and could include command and control facilities, hangars, airfield upgrades, dining facilities, fuel facilities, and many others.
For project success, the company builds strong multi-national teams of construction partners, subcontractors, and designers to execute each project, to ensure local country expertise is combined with the experience of meeting US requirements on the projects.