Vernadero is a Veteran-Owned Small Business founded in 1999 to provide infrastructure and environmental program support to DoD installations and activities throughout the CONUS.

Today we support DoD and Veterans Administration (VA) installations, facilities and Commands throughout the CONUS and OCONUS under installation-specific prime contracts as well as U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Naval Facilities Command, U.S. Army Installation Management Command, and General Services Administration prime contract vehicles.

As an exclusive DoD and VA contractor, our organizational structure and range of services are tailored to DoD and VA installation public works directorates and divisions and include Conservation, Compliance, Environmental Health and Safety, Planning, Engineering and Construction Services.

Vernadero Welcomes Our New Master Planner at Fort Belvoir Dominique Norman

Dominique Norman has four years of experience in geographic information systems, including previous experience with SDSFIE, ASIP, ENBOSS, HQIIS, and Army Mapper, which will aid her in her new position of master planner at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. ... Read More »

Vernadero Welcomes Our New Master Planner at Fort Belvoir Layel Pallesen

Layel Pallesen, RLA, AICP, LEED, is a licensed landscape architect and certified master planner who brings more than 10 years of experience to her role as a Vernadero master planner at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. ... Read More »

Blog: Understanding U.S. Army GIS Data Validation: What You Need to Know about the Process

Validating GIS data in accordance with U.S. Army standards can be a daunting task, especially if the staff evaluating the data have little GIS expertise or are inexperienced with the spatial data requirements. ... Read More »

Project Spotlight: Update to the Fort Huachuca Real Property Master Plan

Vernadero recently updated the Real Property Master Plan at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, helping the Installation to create a 20-year vision for its cantonment area and Black Tower Unmanned Aircraft Systems Complex. ... Read More »

Blog: Pouring Money Down the Drain: Is Your Installation's Stormwater Model Accurate?

Military installations rely on accurate stormwater modeling for more than you may realize-pipeline and drainage design, construction work practices, materials purchases, permits, site development considerations, and project budgets-all are affected by stormwater modeling. ... Read More »

Project Spotlight: Surveys & Monitoring for Basewide Utility Infrastructure at Camp Pendleton

Vernadero is conducting surveys and providing biological monitoring for Naval Facilities Command Southwest in support of MILCON P-1046, a basewide utility infrastructure project at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. ... Read More »

RT @USNavy: #TBT: In 1989 USS Forrestal and its battlegroup was escorted by tug boats during #FleetWeekNYC. http://t.co/gwFlvTrWxO

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