Guam Military Projects Awarded to Hawaiian Design Partners Inc. | Silver


A Hawaiian company has won a $49 million contract for housing projects in Guam and other parts of the Pacific, according to a press release from Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Pacific.

The Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Architect-Engineer contract was awarded on Tuesday to Design Partners Inc., of Honolulu, Hawaii, for housing and other accommodation projects.

“NAVFAC Pacific has awarded this contract in anticipation of several upcoming housing projects in Guam and looks forward to working with Design Partners to bring these projects to fruition,” said Keith Hayashi, Design and Construction Project Manager, NAVFAC Pacific. , in the press release.

The work to be performed provides for multidisciplinary architectural and engineering services, including the execution and delivery of military construction project documentation, final construction design documents, technical site survey, topographic survey, geotechnical survey and hazardous materials and explosive ordnance surveys.

The firm will also undertake cost and schedule risk analysis, construction cost estimates, full interior design including structural interior design and furniture, fixtures, equipment and contracting services post construction.

Approximately 70% of the work will be done on Guam and the Marianas, 20% in Hawaii and 10% in Australia.

The duration of the contract must not exceed 60 months with an expected completion date of September 2027.


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