Black Construction-Tutor Perini JV wins contract to build bachelor officer quarters in Guam

WCN Editorial Team 20 Aug 2021 GLOBAL BUILDINGS

Black Construction-Tutor Perini joint venture (JV) has secured a $98.3m contract to construct a new bachelor officer quarters in Guam.

The Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, Pacific Division, has awarded a fixed price to build the new facility at Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz in Guam.

Under the contract, the JV will be responsible for the construction of a multi-story housing tower with an attached one-story common area wing as well as a detached utility building.

The structure of the building will house single-occupancy housing units with living, closet, kitchen, bedroom, private bath, and laundry.

The Japan government is funding the contract as part of the international agreement between the US and Japan.

Field work at the project site is expected to commence in November this year with completion anticipated in May 2024.

Last month, construction firm Tutor Perini’s subsidiary Rudolph and Sletten started building a new $152m courthouse in Santa Rosa, California.

The new criminal courthouse is located on the Sonoma County Administration Center campus, north of downtown Santa Rosa.

It is for the Judicial Council of California and will provide a modern, secure facility with 15 courtrooms totalling 169,147 building gross square feet (BGSF).

The new six-storey building will create operational efficiencies and ongoing savings by consolidating court and mediation services.

It will provide centralised traffic, criminal, and juvenile dependency proceedings for the entire county.

The new courthouse will also include surface parking for about 450 cars along with 20 enclosed secure parking spaces.

Construction work on the project is anticipated to be completed in July 2023.

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The JV will be responsible for the construction of a multi-story housing tower with an attached one-story common area wing as well as a detached utility building. Credit: Tolu Olubode on Unsplash.

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