Sundt employees working on a $21.5 million barracks construction project at Fort Campbell, Ky., volunteered their time and cooking skills on a recent Saturday morning at the monthly Fort Campbell Armed Services YMCA pancake breakfast. The volunteers arrived early to help prepare the breakfast, which was attended by about 60 kids and their parents, and then stayed afterward to help clean up.
“We made both chocolate chip and regular pancakes, heated up sausages, assisted with set-up and then took down of all the chairs, tables and equipment,” said Sundt Project Administrator Pauline Dravet. “There was a lot of wiping syrup from the chairs afterward!”
Sundt is constructing an Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing (UEPH) barracks at Fort Campbell that will accommodate up to 244 soldiers. The design-build, federal government construction project features two, 45,000-square-foot buildings containing two-bedroom, one-bathroom units. Sundt’s contract also involves the construction of supporting facilities and infrastructure across the 4.4-acre site including utilities, paving, sidewalks, information systems, storm drains and site improvements.