Past Performances

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VCGI is proud to say, there has never been a contract terminated for default or for convenience in our company’s history nor has there ever been an option which was not extended.

Project #1: Vision was contracted to haul and install Temporary Housing Units from the FEMA storage yard to various locations. Vision complied with the contractual requirements by assuring compliance with all federal, state, city and county regulations for hauling the Units as well as being able to provide the install requirements such as excavation of the site for proper installation; removal of trees which were impeding installation; installation of utility poles, underground utilities and providing safe grounds for the occupants. Steps and decks at the main and rear entrances were built on site with appropriate material. Some trailer units required special ramps to be built for those occupants with disabilities. Those ramps met ADA/UFAS standards as applicable. In addition to the Haul & Install requirement, Vision was required to provide all maintenance on the units for a period of 60 days.

Project #2 : Vision Construction Group, Inc., was contracted to perform paving, seal coating, line striping and pot hole repairs for 32 locations throughout New Jersey. Each location was treated as a separate project. So each location had to be:

  • Visually inspect all areas to be worked on
  • Assess any damage
  • Create a safety plan for each location
  • Make note of banking hours of operations
  • Road plan or closure if needed
  • List all signs needed for each project according to each agency.
  • Create a schedule
  • Notify the bank of the schedule
  • Hang the proper signs for automobile and/or customers
  • Work after banking hours of operation
  • Pave, seal coat, line striping
  • Final clean up
  • Complete all close out documents and have the project inspected

Project #3: Vision Construction Group, Inc., was contracted to procure, supply, distribute, install, and maintain (Fuel & Service) Temporary Generators to over 40 Branch Locations throughout the tri-state area during Hurricane Sandy. Each location was treated as a separate project. Therefore each location needed to be:

  • Visually inspect all areas to be worked on
  • Assess generator size and location
  • Create a safety plan for each location
  • Implement logistics as generators were reassigned to other locations.
  • List all signs needed for each project according to each agency.
  • Work a constantly changing schedule
  • Notify the bank of the schedule
  • Hang the proper signs for automobile and/or customers
  • Work during emergency hours to maintain bank operation
  • Provide 24 hour maintenance and fueling as needed
  • Complete the disconnect of generators as power was restored to each location
  • Communicate directly with facilities manager and provide constant updates