BBIX was the prime contractor responsible for the design and construction of a United States (U.S.) Land Port of Entry (LPOE) located in Bridgewater, Maine.  The Port Building is a two-story, 8,000 square foot structure and a 2,300 square foot detached secondary inspection and government garage.  The new facility is designed and equipped to process both commercial truck and passenger vehicles.   

The scope of work involved interior/exterior finishes (floors, ceilings, doors, windows, paint, siding, etc.), architectural woodwork (molding, cabinets, etc.), electrical systems (conduit, wire, breakers, panels, transformers, emergency generators, interior/exterior high and low voltage electrical power lines, interior/exterior lights, emergency shut offs, and lighting protection), mechanical systems (HVAC instrumentation & controls, HVAC control systems, total building commissioning, LP gas tanks and lines, insulation, boilers, variable frequency controls on HVAC systems), plumbing systems (sanitary sewer, septic tank, leach field, water well, water purification system, backflow preventers, pumps, water coolers, water storage tank), fire suppression systems (fire alarm systems, sprinkler system, fire water storage tank), communication systems (mass notification system, IT lines, telephone & data lines, SIPRNet), renewable energy systems (hot water solar panels), roofing systems (standing seam metal roof, gutters, downspouts, flashing, fascia, and soffits), structural systems, fencing, gates, conduit and cables for security systems, Anti-Terrorism Force Protection systems (site layout, security design, building construction, threat development, level IV ballistic protection, communications tower).

The facility achieved a USGBC LEED Silver certification.