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U.S. Army to Pay $103.7M to Relocate West Point Prep

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So long, New Jersey(click to view larger) The U.S. Army is paying J. Kokolakis Contracting in Bohemia, NY, $103.7 million to relocate the U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School from Fort Monmouth, NJ, to West Point, NY. The firm-fixed-price contract (W912DS-09-C-0012) is for the design and construction of the prep school’s new facilities in New York, which the company expects to complete by April 7/12. For the contract, 60 bids were solicited with 6 bids received by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, New York District. West Point Prep, as it is called, was established in 1946 to provide academic, military and physical instruction in a moral-ethical military school environment in order to prepare and motivate candidates for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Under the contract, J. Kokolakis will design and build the following facilities: academic and administrative space, dining facility, student barracks, athletic facilities, athletic fields, and parking areas. Supporting facilities include mechanical, electrical service, exterior lighting, fire protection and alarm systems, anti-terrorism measures (laminate glass, rated exterior doors, vehicular site restrictive features, and setbacks), telecommunications and building information systems, water storage tank, surface parking areas, exterior building signage and site improvements. The contractor will be required to […]

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