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Manhattan Construction Wins $150M Army Building Contract

constructionManhattan Construction has won a $149.9 million contract to construct a U.S. Army building in Fort Belvoir in Virginia.

The six-floor building will comprise two underground levels and is set for completion by Aug. 30, 2019, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

The Army Corps of Engineers solicited bids via the Internet and received five proposals for the contract.

The obligated amount of $88.7 million is from military construction funds for fiscal year 2016.

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