• “...they have also been completely satisfied with the quality and thoroughness of his work.Thank you for the professionalism that your organization has displayed during this project...”
    Alan F. Lewis
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Senior Security Administrator-Physical & Technical Security Division)
  • “Each site has now had a successful NRC Baseline Inspection which validates our success with implementing the orders. I wanted to say thank you for you and your team's efforts with designing and following the installation of the equipment to support this. ”
    Bill Renz & Nelson Martin
    Dominion Resources Services
  • “Congratulations. I am impressed on a job well done.”
    David H. Jones
    Southern Company (nuclear power plant operator)
  • “...I would like to take this opportunity to recognize Kontek Industries' outstanding performance on the massive modular blocks (MMBs) Program for the Air Force Electronic Systems Center's Force Protection Command and Control program Office. Your company delivered a high quality product on schedule to multiple geographically scattered locations. Additionally you met the demanding logistical objectives of the program. This was particularly impressive considering the number of items delivered, then many contract modifications made during the period of performance, and the stringent specification requirements...we have received extremely positive feedback from multiple Air Force bases...”
    Lt. Col. Donald E. Wussler, Jr.
    Hanscom Air Force Base (Director, Force Protection C2 Systems)
  • “The pre fabricated concrete shelter had been delivered to the site and set on the foundation. Parsons procured the building from a contractor in Missouri, KONTEK Concrete Enclosures. This was the first time KONTEK had supplied a building for an FAA project. Two visits were made to the manufacturing plant during construction. Upon inspection, I believe this is the finest pre fabricated building I have seen on a government jobsite. EVERYTHING in the building was to FAA specifications. (1217f and 019d were provided to the manufacturer during the bid phase.) No additional work was needed to bring this up to standards. The exterior exposed aggregate was uniform in texture and color. All plain concrete areas had been painted with two coats of paint, and the aggregate area had been sealed with two coats of sealer. I believe the FAA will be very satisfied with this building.”
    Paul Ferguson
    Quality & Safety Engineer, Parsons. (Parsons was the contractor for the FAA on this job)