Market Sector Military Facilities

Fort Bliss Modularity Program

Fort Bliss Modularity Program


  • Fort Bliss


  • Grow the Army is a transformation and re-stationing initiative of the United States Army announced in 2007 and scheduled to be completed by fiscal year 2013. As part of this transformation of the US Army, Fort Bliss was one of the first bases to receive upgrades through the Grow the Army plan. The initiative is designed to increase the Army by almost 75,000 soldiers, while realigning a large portion of the force in Europe to the continental US in compliance with the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure program (BRAC).


  • Six 70’ wide x 160’ long Vehicle Maintenance Facilities (with electric exhausts)
  • One 70’ wide x 120’ long Vehicle Maintenance Facilities at MacGregor Range
  • One 90’ wide x 225’ long Dining Facility (insulated)
  • Two 30’ wide x 60’ long Queuing structures for Dining Facility
  • One 80’ wide x 170’ long Gymnasium
  • One 60’ wide x 100’ long Warehouse


  • Fort Bliss is a major training facility which is constantly receiving and deploying soldiers to all parts of the world. Ordered and completed in 2005, Sprung provided 11 new structures to be used as vehicle maintenance facilities, an insulated DFAC facility, an insulated gymnasium, queuing structures for the DFAC, and warehousing. One 60’ x 100’ Warehouse.