Odyssey International is now doing business as Odyssey Global. CAGE 3QJDO / DUNS 086547218

Construction Division

Odyssey Global’s Construction Division provides comprehensive construction solutions to our customers. We bring together world-class people, technology and processes resulting in superior products and services delivered with visibility, integrity and efficiency.

New Construction

We offer Design Build and Design Bid Build services spanning commercial construction, military construction, infrastructure and environmental. We have a proven track record of working seamlessly with Government and Commercial customers.


Whether minor renovation or additions to existing buildings, we deliver a superior product that is well scoped and controlled.

Task Order Services

With over $350 million of task order work we have a core competency in the management of large volumes of concurrent projects across multiple geographies.


Odyssey Global’s Construction Division has the people, systems and expertise to undertake construction projects from small renovations to long-term task order contracts and major new-construction projects. Our people have been handpicked from leading construction, technology and government organizations bringing world-class skills and procedures to our fast-growing operation. But the most important aspect of our work is our focus on the customer, bringing our culture of professionalism, integrity and courtesy to bear every day in everything we do.

  • Broad, networks of subcontractors, design partners and suppliers
  • Customer visibility through technology systems
  • Highly skilled, professional and courteous people
  • Proven expertise and processes resulting in the highest levels of quality and safety


US Army Corps of Engineers

Odyssey began working with the US Army Corps of Engineers in 2004 and since then has performed over $250 million of construction contracts with the agency.

Design bid-build construction with extended design for micro-pile deep foundation system, of a 45,000-square foot pre-engineered metal building to house an industrial operations facility. The facility was constructed in 2016–2017 and supports multiple refinishing systems for military equipment refurbishment.

  • $23 million PEMB new construction
  • 45,000 square feet
  • In addition to build construction, the scope included metal refinishing systems, sand blasting equipment station, dip tanks, chemical stripping
  • The facility is equipped with overhead weight handling equipment, on-site primary effluent treatment, intrusion detection system (IDS), building information systems and energy monitoring and control systems (EMCS)

Major construction of new education facility with USACE for Navajo Reservation. In addition to the construction of new facilities, the project included the demolition and replacement of multiple existing school buildings totaling 105,469 square feet as well as the rehabilitation and enlargement of multiple roadways and parking areas. Water storage was also incorporated to provide a new fire protection system throughout the campus and buildings.

  • $32 million LEED Silver design build project
  • 93,000 square feet of educational and administrative space
  • New Construction, civil site work, utilities, demolition, multi-functional areas, monitoring and controls systems, laboratories, class rooms, performing arts and sport activity areas

Major upgrade of the McMillan Pump Station, part of the Washington DC Aqueduct system.

  • $4 million design build project
  • Specialized equipment and scopes: Multiple pump motors, electrical system, lighting protection system, historical renovations
  • Major pump station and controls system upgrade and historical building renovations including large mechanical and electrical components

United States Armed Forces

Odyssey has performed over 500 projects for the United States Armed Forces. Our experience ranges from new construction to the management of large single-award IDIQ projects.

In 2012 Odyssey was awarded a 5-year project at Letterkenny Army Depot in PA and has since performed over 200 projects at the facility.

  • $75 million of task-order and renovation projects over a 5-year period
  • Scopes ranged from roof replacements, repairing and replacing concrete and asphalt, interior renovations of office space, exterior building renovations, upgrading and consolidating power distribution systems, upgrading HVAC systems, erecting metal buildings, inspecting and repairing fuel systems, upgrading wastewater systems and environmental remediation

In 2011 Odyssey was awarded a 5-year project at Fort Drum in NY and has since performed over 250 projects at the facility.

  • $100 million of task-order and renovation projects over a 5-year period
  • Scopes ranged from renovating existing buildings, barracks, training facilities, offices, housing for Generals, electrical and HVAC upgrades, replacing existing fire suppression systems, upgrading fire suppression systems, consolidating power distribution systems into a single feeder, upgrading underground utilities, repairing gas lines, upgrading pumpstations, replacing existing concrete and asphalt pavements, ground and aviation fueling system repairs and new construction

In 2012 and 2013 Odyssey completed an expansive interior reconfiguration and renovation, including the addition of new administrative and laboratory space, at this specialized facility in Fort Gillem, GA.

  • $7.37 million LEED Silver project
  • 20,000 square feet across a new laboratory, specialized work space, conference rooms and 10,000 square feet of administrative and office space
  • In addition to renovations, scope included anti-terrorism measures, data equipment rooms, fire protection systems, energy monitoring and environmental monitoring and control system (EMCS) systems, intrusion detection systems (IDS) and access control systems
  • Sustainable Design and Development (SDD) and Energy Policy Act of 2005

Department of Homeland Security and Department of Labor

We have experience with highly sensitive projects and have performed projects with Secret and Top-Secret clearance requirements.

In 2012 and 2013, Odyssey was part of the construction team that built the NSA’s Top-Secret data center in Utah. This is a Tier III technical data center with one million square feet of space.

  • $40 million design build new construction; part of $1.4 billion
  • Odyssey scopes included: cooling tower construction, electrical, mechanical, fire suppression systems and controls
  • Odyssey was appointed the co-manager of $650 million in awards to small businesses in five states

In 2005 and 2006, Odyssey was selected by the US Department of Labor to build a new Job Corps center at Red Rock, PA. Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 to 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.

  • $7.5 million design build new construction
  • Primary project construction included 18,000 square feet of technical class rooms for specialized trade school education including, carpentry, electrician, auto mechanics, culinary, hotel and lodging and office administration
  • Additional work included utilities, back-up power, paving and storm water management