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$35.6M in New Construction Contracts for US Armed Forces Reserve Centers

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Under Construction(click to view full) Two firms have received $35.6 million in construction contracts to build new US Armed Forces Reserve Centers (AFRC). Neumann Brothers in Des Moines, IA, won a $24.9 million contract to design and build an AFRC in Middletown, IA. Neumann Brothers expects to complete construction by Jan 15/12. In addition, Journeyman Construction in Austin, TX, won a $10.7 million contract to build an AFRC in Lufkin, TX. Journeyman expects to complete contruction by March 12/11… In Middletown, IA, Neumann Brothers will build a 1-story facility consisting of a 47,000-square-foot reserve center and a 27,000-square-foot maintenance facility. The reserve center will consist of an assembly hall, offices, classrooms, kitchen, latrines, and storage areas. The maintenance facility will include offices, tool and parts rooms, specialized storage areas for batteries and hazardous materials, general purpose maintenance bays and a wash bay. Supporting facilities include a fenced military parking area and a privately owned vehicle parking area, aprons, curbs, sidewalks and access roads totaling approximately 23,000 square yards of concrete. The project also includes a loading ramp, landscaping, seeding, and sodding. Bids for the Middletown project were solicited via Army Single Face to Industry website with 40 Phase I and […]

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