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NASA OSBP Spotlight Recognizes Syncon as one of its Trusted Veteran–Owned Small Businesses

In September 2014, NASA recognized Syncon, LLC as on of it’s premier Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses:

“I am proud to highlight just a few of the Veteran-Owned Small Businesses that are playing significant roles at NASA. Veteran entrepreneurs are confronting many challenges navigating the Federal marketplace, and when we have an opportunity to feature some of their successes, we are truly honored and proud of their success in helping NASA meet its mission and of their continuing service to our country. When I think of the amazing accomplishments of the NASA small business program, I must acknowledge the companies that help contribute to our success. The Agency has received an “A” on the SBA scorecard, which measures how well Federal agencies reach their small business prime and subcontracting goals. In fiscal year 2013, NASA awarded over $2.7 billion directly to small businesses, and we exceeded our goal by more than 4 percent, with 21.4 percent of all of our prime contracts going to small businesses. NASA has increased its small business prime awards despite decreasing budgets for the past 4 years. Our slogan, “Where Small Business Makes a Big Difference,” is evident in this remarkable achievement.

Again, congratulations to this year’s featured companies, and thank you for your continued support.”

Glen Delgado
Associate Administrator
NASA Office of Small Business Programs 

Chamber Welcomes Mark Lilly and Others as New Executive Leaders to the Region

The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual CEO Welcome Breakfast on November 18th to welcome and recognize 50 professionals who have moved into their organization’s leadership positions in the past year. More than 200 people attended the breakfast, held at The Founders Inn & Spa. Joe Flanagan, anchor/reporter with WVEC-TV 13 News, served as emcee while sponsors John Carpenter of Cherry Bekaert and Wade Powell of Dale Carnegie Training provided congratulatory remarks.

Bryan Stephens, President & CEO of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce had congratulations of his own, but challenged the honorees, “You are the new leaders of Hampton Roads and we are looking to you, not only to lead your organization, but to get involved and lead our community.”

Many of the day’s honorees have had long standing commitments to area charities and community organizations, as highlighted in the brief biographies read by Flanagan.

Kari Jacobs, General Manager for ABC13 News was among the honorees. “I was thrilled to be part of such a wonderful event and to be joined with so many other leaders in the area – people that I have watched and learned from over the years.”

Commanding Officer of the U.S. Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads, Captain Christopher Keane, viewed the event as a great way to break the ice and meet some of the new community leaders.

“I had the ability to sit down with all the local leaders of the community and hear their stories and learn how we can really help each other,” said Keane.

Angela Kellam, Executive Director of Samaritan House, Inc., thought the event set the stage for something more important. “What I love about the Chamber is the diversity among the leadership, said Kellam. “You had small and large businesses, non-profits, and the military and that really speaks to the value of the Chamber of Commerce…that there’s a place here for everyone to build our businesses and to give back to our community.”

The following 50 individuals were honored at the event:

Chief Robert Alley – Newport News Fire Department

Travis Ames, Sr. – AIG Financial Network

Shawn Avery – Opportunity Inc. of Hampton Roads

Foster Billingsley – Virginia Stage Company

Paul Bonicelli – Regent University

Dr. Jeffery Boyd – Tidewater Community College

Jeff Brillhart – Chesapeake Regional Medical Center

Brooke Briggs – Samaritan House

Captain Scott Brown, USN – Norfolk Naval Shipyard

Jerry Cale – Beach Security and Investigation, LLC

Dr. Tyler Carmack – Hampton Roads Veterinary Hospice

Don Christian – Tidewater Home Care

Tony Coppa – Cedar Point Country Club

Roland Davis – Chesapeake City Councilman

Michael Desplaines – Norfolk Botanical Gardens

Jon Drews – Cape Henry Associates, Inc.

Robert Duvall – Virginia Natural Gas

Jim Harenchar – Free Agents Marketing

Chad & Kim Havunen – Natural Bodyz Fitness Center

Kari Jacobs – ABC13 News

David Jurgens – City of Chesapeake

Sue Kanz – Solar Services

Captain Christopher Keane – U.S. Coast Guard

Angela Kellam – Samaritan House, Inc.

Andrea Kilmer – The ESG Companies

Terri Leitner – REW Corporation

Darrick Letmaster – CMP Global, Inc.

Mark Lilly – Syncon, LLC

Major Stephen Long and Major Connie Long – The Salvation Army & Kroc Center

Kim Luckes – An Achievable Dream Academy

Dr. Eric Neil – Chrysler Museum of Art

Pam Phillips – Langley Federal Credit Union

Robert Pizzini – iFLY Virginia Beach

Eva Poole – Virginia Beach Public Library

Paullette Reed – The Intercultural School of Etiquette

Dr. Lisa Rhine – Tidewater Community College

Patricia Richardson – The Virginian-Pilot

Adrianna Rivera – Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads, Inc.

Cameron Robinett – Cedar Point Country Club

James Shaeffer – Old Dominion University

Russ Smith – Tidewater Medical Training

Mark Snapp – Mark Snapp & Associates

Dr. Aaron Spence – Virginia Beach Public Schools

Victoria Strickland-Cordial – Chesapeake Public Library System

Ty Swartz – Chief’s Touch Communications & Marketing Group

Cheryl Tan – Cheryl Tan Media LLC

Addie Wright Thomason – Southeastern Virginia Housing Corporation

Dr. Nancy Welch – Chesapeake Health Department

Kathleen White – Two Men and a Truck

Rear Admiral Rick Williamson – Navy Region Mid-Atlantic

Syncon is awarded MACC for NOB

SYNCON,LLC is awarded an 8(a) Design-Build (DB), Design-Bid-Build (DBB) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) for  the new construction, renovation, alteration, and repairs for projects for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic Hampton Roads Region, Virginia but primarily for facilities within Naval Station Norfolk/Naval Support Activity Area of Responsibility. This $95 million dollar contract vehicle has been established as a five (5) year contract.

Our First project under this contract will be Power Upgrades for Pier 11.


SYNCON,LLC is awarded an 8(a) IDIQ Contract for Design Build/Design Bid Build Construction Projects, Miscellaneous Renovations and Repairs to Various Facilities within the areas of responsibility of Public Works Department (PWD) Oceana by means of an indefinite quantity contract effective for a base period of one year. These areas include Naval Air Station Oceana and its annexes located in Southeastern Virginia as well as Navy Operational Support Centers located in Richmond, VA; Roanoke, VA; Charlotte, NC; Raleigh, NC; Greensboro, NC; and Eleanor, W.VA.

SYNCON Awarded Chilled Water Upgrade for Fayetteville VA Medical Center

SYNCON has been awarded the contract for the DESIGN/BUILD Chilled Water Upgrade for the Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital in Fayetteville, North Carolina. SYNCON will be responsible for the redesign, replacements, upgrades and additions to the chilled water utility infrastructure and equipment, which will improve the environmental conditions and conserve energy for the Medical Center.

As a combat veteran and recipient of the Purple Heart , SYNCON’s President is driven to support the efforts of the Veteran Affairs administration to enhance the quality of their facilities. Please continue to periodically review this site as projects develop.

SYNCON Partners with Navy SEAL Foundation

SYNCON is proud to partner with the Navy SEAL Foundation offering non-profit renovation and repairs to assist the widows of our fallen SEAL warriors.

The Navy SEAL Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides support to U.S. Navy Seals, Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen, Naval Special Warfare support personnel and their families.

SYNCON is Awarded IDIQ at Hampton VA Hospital

SYNCON has been awarded an indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to bid on Task Orders at the Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital in Hampton, Virginia. SYNCON is a CERTIFIED Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that is proud to be able to perform building and renovations that will directly improve the services administered to fellow veterans.

As a combat veteran and recipient of the Purple Heart , SYNCON’s President, is driven to support the efforts of the Veteran Affairs administration to enhance the quality of their facilities. Please continue to periodically review this site as projects develop.

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