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Navy, Marines Tap 12 Small Businesses for Construction Contracts Totaling $189M

construction-blueprints-designThe U.S. Navy has awarded 12 small businesses contracts for separate Navy and U.S. Marine Corps construction projects worth a total of $189 million.

The Defense Department said Thursday six companies received contracts worth a combined $99 million to support work within the Washington area of responsibility of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command through June 2017.

Meanwhile, six other businesses landed design-bid-build contracts worth a combined $90 million for Marine Corps installations within the East area of responsibility.

The following are the recipients of the Navy construction contracts:

  • G-W Management Services
  • C.E.R. Inc.
  • Ocean Construction Services
  • Kimball Construction
  • Leebcor Services

G-W Management Services will perform repair work at a wastewater treatment facility in Maryland through July 2016 under the $2.6 million task order 0001, DoD said.

The following are the recipients of the Marine Corps contracts for new construction, repair, demolition, renovation, system installation and related services through June 2020:

  • Civil Works Contracting
  • Hager Construction
  • Heard Contracting
  • Onopa Services
  • Quadrant Construction
  • Team Henry Enterprises

DoD noted that Civil Works Contracting will install lighting at a physical training field in North Carolina by December under the $114, 815 task order 0001.

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