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$400M defense contract for Guam projects awarded t0 10 companies



By Pacific Island Times News Staff


Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Marianas

awarded today a $400 million design-build multiple award construction

contract (DBMACC) to 10 businesses for work within the NAVFAC Marianas area

of responsibility.


The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity design-build contract was

awarded to each of the following firms: Agbayanai Construction Corp., Allied Pacific Builders, BME and Sons Inc., Fargo Pacific, LRG Construction JV, LLC, Modern International Inc., Sea Pac Engineering, Inc. of Los Angeles, California; Serrano Construction and Development Corp., Techni-Con Inc., and Weldin Construction, LLC of Wasilla, Alaska.


"This DBMACC award further enables our warfighter readiness in Guam and the

Marianas by providing critical facilities and engineering requirements for

the Department of Defense," said NAVFAC Marianas Commanding Officer Capt.

Tim Liberatore. "The contract award to five local companies demonstrates the

Navy's enduring partnership with the island's construction industry to

leverage the expertise and talent of our small business community."


The work to be performed provides for new construction, renovation, modernization, and routine repair/maintenance, by method of

design-build, at various federal or military facilities and installations in

Guam.


The term of this contract is not to exceed 96 months, with an expected

completion date of January 2030. The contract was competitively procured via

the System for Award Management Contract Opportunities website, with 22

proposals received.




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