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Up to $122.9M to Redo Carrier Pier at Kitsap

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CVN 74 into Pearl(click to see in sections) Naval Base Kitsap in Washington State is mostly known as a submarine base; it hosts a majority of the USA’s Ohio Class SSBN nuclear missile subs, all 3 of its most advanced SSN Seawolf Class fast attack subs, and 2 SSGN Special Forces and cruise missile submarines. The Nimitz Class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis [CVN 74] also docks here. The Nova Group/Tutor-Saliba joint venture in Napa CA will provide all labor, materials, and equipment to demolish the existing Pier Bravo, and build a new ship repair wharf, including the replacement of approximately 300 lineal feet of quay wall (Structure 729), the strengthening of the sheet pile wall west of the Dry Dock 6 mole, and the demolition of Pier 8… Contracts Unless otherwise noted, all contracts are issued by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Northwest in Silverdale, WA to The Nova Group/Tutor-Saliba joint venture in Napa CA. May 14/08: A $35 million modification (second increment) to previously awarded firm-fixed-price contract N44255-08-C-6000, for replacement of the CVN maintenance pier at Naval Base Kitsap. An additional $48.9 million will be funded subject to the availability of FY 2010 funds making the total […]

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