ConDig (23-Sept-20). A joint venture led by civil, building and specialty construction company Tutor Perini has secured a $47 million contract for an explosive ordnance compound at a naval base in the US island territory of Guam.
Under the deal with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, the joint venture, which includes Black Construction, will design and build a consolidated operations facility, maintenance facility and armory. It will also include a multipurpose/training facility and certain additional structures.
This is the first task order the company has been awarded under an existing multiple-award construction contract that has a ceiling value of $990 million and which is available for additional competitively bid future task order awards through September 2024, Tutor Perini said.
The construction project is expected to be completed in December 2022.
In February, Tutor Perini bagged a $432 million deal to revamp the Division 20 rail yard in Los Angeles.