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$2B in Construction Work Related to BRAC in San Antonio Area

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Around $2 billion is being doled out to contractors for major construction work taking place at US military installations in San Antonio, TX as part of ongoing Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) adjustments. The construction program will provide facilities to accommodate thousands of military personnel, federal employees, and military missions that are moving to and within San Antonio as a result of the 2005 BRAC process. Work is scheduled to take place at Fort Sam Houston, Camp Bullis, Lackland and Randolph Air Force Bases through September 2011… The program involves building and renovating as many as 78 major facilities that amount to more than 6 million square feet of space. The BRAC projects are part of a larger, ongoing $3 billion military construction program in San Antonio, which encompasses more than $3 billion in projects that represent as much as 10 million square feet of space. The most recent San Antonio area military construction contract was awarded Sept 17/09 to Balfour/ S&P Joint Venture in Dallas, TX. The $46 million contract is for construction of the Lackland Airman Training Center Dormitory #1. This will be the 1st of 8 dormitories to be built. Balfour/ S&P expects to complete construction by […]

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