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Mid Eastern Builders to Build Fuel Storage Tanks at USN’s Craney Island Terminal

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Craney Island Fuel Terminal(click to view larger) Mid Eastern Builders in Chesapeake, VA won a $36.4 million firm-fixed-price contract for replacement of fuel storage tanks at Craney Island Fuel Terminal in Portsmouth, VA. Mid Eastern Builders will demolition the 19 aged bulk storage tanks and build 6 new tanks. The company expects to complete the work by August 2012. The contract was competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online website, with 6 proposals received by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic in Norfolk, VA (N40085-09-C-5037). According to, Craney Island Fuel Terminal is the US Navy’s largest fuel facility in the United States… The Craney Island Fuel Terminal possesses 1,100 acres of above- and below-ground fuel storage tanks. The terminal supports naval fuel storage operations within the region and includes several large capacity fuel storage tanks, above- and below-grade piping, fuel pump stations and dispensing systems, and pier side fuel facilities. The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk’s Fuel Department operates 3 government owned and contractor operated fuel terminals and provides centralize regional support/management of US Navy petroleum, oils and lubricant (POL) services. The primary terminal is located in Portsmouth, VA on Craney Island, with other terminals located in […]

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