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Brown & Roe: $6.9M in Ready-Mix Concrete for Gitmo

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Not for shoes Brown & Roe Services Corp. in Virginia Beach, VA received a firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract for ready-mix concrete requirements at U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The contract shall not last for more than 60 months (base period and four option years) or exceed $6.9 million. While it lasts, it covers all labor, management, supervision, tools, materials, equipment, engineering, and transportation necessary to produce and deliver ready mixed concrete, coarse and fine aggregates and materials testing services to specific sites. Work will be performed in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (see also DefenseLINK’s Ddetainee affairs home page), and work is expected to be completed by November 2006 (November 2010 with options). This contract was competitively procured via the NAVFAC e-solicitation website with one offer received. The Resident Officer in Charge of Construction, Guantanamo Bay Cuba under the cognizance of Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic in Norfolk, VA issued the contract (N62470-05-D-7300).

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