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Bases & Infrastructure | Delivery & Task Orders | Other Corporation | USA

Up to $19.4M to DTC for Building Renovation at NSA Mechanicsburg

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DTC Engineers & Constructors in Hamden, CT received a $16.9 million firm-fixed price task order #0002 under a previously awarded multiple award construction contract (N40085-08-D-2108) for the renovation of Building 9 at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Mechanicsburg in Pennsylvania. DTC will convert an existing warehouse into modern office space through the installation of a new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system; fire suppression system; and electrical, lighting, plumbing, roofing and other incidental work. The task order also contains 2 unexercised options, which, if exercised, would increase the cumulative task order value to $19.4 million. DTC expects to complete the work by March 2011. 3 proposals were received for this task order by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic in Norfolk, VA. NSA Mechanicsburg has approximately 4,500 military members, civilians and contractors that support over 30 tenant activities or commands… The largest of the tenants are the Naval Inventory Control Point Mechanicsburg, with approximately 1,300 personnel, and the Navy Supply Information Systems Activity, with approximately 1,000 personnel. The base also hosts the headquarters staff of the Naval Supply Systems Command, which has approximately 350 personnel. NSA Mechanicsburg spans about 800 acres and supports a physical plant of about 150 buildings. Total […]

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