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DTC to Build US Armed Forces Reserve Center in Puerto Rico

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DTC Engineers & Constructions in Hamden, CT won a $19 million firm-fixed-price contract for the design and construction of an Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) in Mayaguez, PR, with an estimated completion date of June 3/11. Bids were posted on the Web with 8 bids received by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Louisville District in Kentucky (W912QR-09-C-0067). DTC will build a 75,000-sq-ft AFRC training building, a 21,000-sq-ft vehicle maintenance shop (VMS), an 1,800-sq-ft unheated storage facility, and provide 10,000 square yards for organizational parking, antiterrorism measures and building information systems. Buildings will be permanent construction with HVAC systems, plumbing, mechanical systems, security systems, and electrical systems. Supporting facilities include land clearing, paving, fencing, general site improvements, and extension of utilities. Physical security measures will be incorporated into the design, including maximum standoff distance from roads, parking areas, and vehicle unloading areas. The USACE is also looking to build an AFRC at Fort Buchanan in San Juan… The USACE Louisville District issued a solicitation on April 23/09 for design and construction of an AFRC at Fort Buchanan in San Juan. The winning contractor will build a 72,000-sq-ft AFRC training building, a 9,000-sq-ft VMS, a 600-sq-ft unheated storage facility, and […]

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