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Pearl Harbor Facilities to Become New NOAA Center

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Pearl Harbor Naval Base(click to view larger) Pentagon contracts are sometimes used to execute projects on behalf of other agencies, especially agencies who already have a close relationship with the US military, or when the project site itself is a crossover location. Walsh Construction Co. in Chicago, IL won a $131.1 million firm-fixed price contract to build the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Pacific Regional Center at Ford Island, in Pearl Harbor. The project involves adaptive reuse of historic hangers on that historic landmark site, and includes site work, hazardous material abatement work, and incidental related work. The contract also contains 1 unexercised option which,would increase the cumulative contract value to $131.9 million. Work will be performed in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and is expected to be complete by October 2012. The reuse program is diverse… It includes an International Tsunami Information Center, a Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, marine biology laboratories, a dive center, a national data center, and National Weather Service facilities. Support functions include, but are not limited to, a visitor’s center with permanent and temporary exhibits, an auditorium and conference center, a library and information center, training rooms, a cafeteria, and an occupational health and fitness center. Funds […]

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