Originally founded in 1990 as the ANADAC Facilities Group, AFG began providing project and construction management services to a variety of federal facility owners and operators.
Early in AFG history, the company completed a 5 year contract for the US Navy, providing program management, procurement, construction scheduling and cost control, and operational start-up services for 24 major facilities at the Navy TRIDENT Submarine Base, Kings Bay, Georgia. AFG’s responsibilities also included the management of $500 million of equipment installation and tenant fit-out contracts. Facilities included industrial facilities, water and sewer treatment plants, training centers, computer complexes, and waterfront facilities, and had an in-place construction value exceeding $800 million.
In 1990, the General Services Administration awarded AFG with its first major project and construction management services contract in Washington, DC. Clients included the White House Projects Office, National Institutes of Health, Smithsonian Institution, and the US Postal Service.
Continuing to the late 90s, AFG began serving the World Bank and the US Agency for International Development. AFG conducted procurement audits and training; construction consulting; and training in the construction acquisition in the former Soviet Union. Initial countries included Albania, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Slovakia, and the Russian Federation.
In 2000, AFG Group became an independently owned and operated woman-owned small business. AFG continued to specialize in providing a broad range of professional program and construction services as well as relocation planning and move management support to public and private owners.
After providing a decade of service, AFG’s portfolio expanded to include Healthcare & Laboratories, Federal & Public Agencies, Courts & Criminal Justice, and Education markets. The AFG staff has grown to 65 engineers, architects, procurement and cost managers, and other construction professionals. With offices across the eastern United States, AFG provides services to the Department of Veterans Affairs, General Services Administration, Department of the Treasury, National Institutes of Health, the States of New York and New Jersey, the Commonwealths of Virginia and Massachusetts, and to the City of New York, among others. We continue to do what AFG does best: helping owners and users solve facility-related problems.