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$24.4M to Kiewit for Pearl Harbor Fitness Center

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Pumpin’ Iron(click to view larger) Kiewit Building Group in Honolulu, HI won a $24.4 million firm-fixed-price contract for the construction of a fitness center at the Naval Station Pearl Harbor. A new paved parking area with new access driveways, landscaping, and the demolition of 4 existing building structures are also included in this project. Kiewit will performed the work in Oahu, HI and expects to complete the facility by November 2011. This contract was competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online website, with 6 proposals received by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific in Pearl Harbor (N62742-09-C-1304). DID has more on Naval Station Pearl Harbor… Naval Station Pearl Harbor was originally authorized in 1908, explains Dredging of the Pearl Harbor channel entrance began in 1910 and, on Dec. 14/11, USS California (CA-6) became the first warship to pass through the new channel into Pearl Harbor. Today, the Naval complex at Pearl Harbor serves as a major homeport and “pit stop of the Pacific” for the submarines and surface ships of the U.S. and Allied Pacific fleets. Naval Station Pearl Harbor supports 50 homeported fleet units and 24 submarines. Naval Station’s fleet support mission is accomplished by a staff […]

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