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Clark Construction Group Wins $315M Contract to Build Presidential Aircraft Hangar Complex

Clark Construction Group has won a potential $315.5M firm-fixed-price contract to build a hangar complex that will house the VC-25B presidential aircraft, or Air Force One.

The Department of Defense said Wednesday the project also includes construction of an aircraft access taxiway, a parking apron, lighting, a hydrant refueling system with storage tanks and engine run-up pads.

DoD added the contractor will also build storm water management, wetland and stream mitigation, fire detection and suppression systems.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command received 1o proposals for the project that will take place at Joint Base Andrews in Camp Springs, Md. and is scheduled for completion by April 2022.

The contract has a $298.2M initial value and the U.S. Air Force will obligate $220M in fiscal 2018 and fiscal 2019 military construction funds at the time of award.

USAF awarded Boeing (NYSE: BA) a potential $3.9B contract in July to modify two 747-8 aircraft into presidential planes.

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