Federal | P2S


We support many types of US government clients with engineering, prime project management and commissioning services

P2S Advantages

Designing our Nation’s Future

Our Federal team has experience with a broad range of facilities. We support new construction, renovations and retrofits for:

• Aircraft Hangars & Equipment Bays
• Training Facilities
• Barracks & Quarters
• Border Stations & Ports of Entry
• Courthouses & Admin Buildings
• Emergency Facilities
• Hospitals, Clinics & Labs
• Piers, Maintenance & Repair Bays
• Utility Piping

Comprehensive Design for Any Project Type

We provide a full range of services, including site assessments, field studies, fully designed drawings and specifications and post-construction award services (PCAS). Our Federal design team fully understands the requirements to serve critical federal defense and research programs on active, secured airfields and waterfronts. Our careful approach to project phasing ensures that essential missions can continue to function without disruption.

Prime Project Team Management & Commitment to Client Satisfaction

Many clients find high-value having P2S in a Prime role in leading project teams. We can control the schedule, stick to the project scope and manage the team so other team members can focus on their own specific roles.

Our projects consistently receive favorable contract performance evaluation marks for Quality, Project Management, Schedule Management, Cost Control, and Regulatory Compliance. This demonstrates our understanding and commitment to federal clients.

Featured Project

US Navy, P-259 P-8A Aircraft Apron Expansion

When a station receives six new P-8A Poseidons, some infrastructure improvements will be necessary.


Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, WA

Project Overview

Our team helped the navy when they assigned six new P-8A Poseidon aircraft to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Naturally, this required some infrastructure improvements to accommodate the aircraft. The improvements included an expanded aircraft parking apron, relocated and updated Liquid Oxygen (LOX) Facility to support the P-8A and remaining P3 aircraft, relocated Sonobuoy Storage Building, new ground support equipment building/shop, and a state-of-the-art Corrosion Control Aircraft Rinse Rack to increase the useful life of the aircraft.


P2S led a team of 14 subconsultants including architecture; civil, structural, electrical and geotechnical engineering; surveying, hazmat, fuel piping, and more. Design for the LOX facility was done per the requirements listed in MIL HDBK 1024-3 “Oxyacetylene and Nitrogen and Breathing Facilities.” Some of the specific features included parking pads for nitrogen generators, concrete pads for LOX equipment to comply with NFPA requirements, design of the building to comply with the MIL HDBK requirements, fire suppression for the building, and the oxygen generators, vaporizers, storage tanks, associated piping and appurtenances, controls, cleaning of piping before startup, and associated commissioning documents for the contractor providing commissioning of the facility.

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Market Leader

Brad Lentz
Vice-President & Principal & Federal Market Segment Leader

Brad Lentz

Leading P2S’s Federal market, Brad Lentz is a skilled mechanical engineer and project manager who leads multidisciplinary design teams in the development for a range of facility types, including waterfront, aviation, industrial, maintenance, administration, and healthcare. His experience includes considerable work for the Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security, including the US Navy, US Army Corps of Engineers, and US Coast Guard. Brad also directs lead mechanical engineers in P2S’s Seattle office to deliver innovative, energy-efficient, and high-quality designs that achieve client goals.

Brad became a P2S Principal in 2022. He is a Washington state licensed mechanical engineer, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a certified Guiding Principles Compliance Professional.

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