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Up to $80M to Repair and Improve Hawaii Bases

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The U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific at Pearl Harbor, HI awarded four $20 million firm-fixed-price, indefinite-quantity multiple award construction contracts for facilities maintenance, repairs and construction at various locations in Hawaii. All contracts were competitively procured under the Small Business Administration's 8(a) Business Development Program in Hawaii via the NAVFAC e-solicitation website, with 13 offers received. The winners were Alan Shintani, Inc. of Honolulu, HI; LYZ, Inc. of Honolulu, HI; San Construction LLC of Aiea, HI; and West Coast Construction of Pearl City, HI (contract numbers N62742-05-D-2283/2284/2285/2286). These four contractors may compete for task orders under the terms and conditions of the awarded contract. The term of the contract is not to exceed 60 months, with an expected completion date of May 2006 (May 2010 with options). The total amount per contract is not to exceed $20,000,000, bringing the cumulative total for all four contracts to $80,000,000. Work will be performed at various Navy and Marine Corps facilities within the state of Hawaii.

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