Black Construction to build $78m navy live-fire training range complex in Guam

WCN Editorial Team 31 Aug 2017 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

Black Construction Corporation (BCC), a Guam-based subsidiary of building and specialty construction firm Tutor Perini Corporation, has been awarded a contract to design and construction of a live-fire training range complex at Northwest Field, Naval Support Activity Andersen in Guam. 

The contract, which has been valued at about $78m, has been awarded by the US Naval Facilities Engineering Command.

The scope of the project includes the design and construction of four live-fire training range complex and supporting structures.

Additionally, BCC will also be responsible for providing supporting structures such as range maintenance building, known distance rifle/pistol range administration building, area distribution node with radio frequency communication tower and two surface radar/camera sites.

Work on the project is slated to start in October 2017 with substantial completion anticipated by November 2020.

BCC is one of the largest and longest-serving general contracting companies in Guam and offers comprehensive construction services throughout the Western Pacific region.

Tutor Perini provides diversified general contracting and design-build services to private clients and public agencies throughout the world.

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