Contract: $6,415,698 - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - civil program financing only - Sep. 3, 2009
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Award Description: This project includes the design and construction of a U.S. Land Port of Entry (LPOE) using the Small Port standard layout for the port building. Additional support facilities, roadways, and infrastructure are required based on the final approved layout. The civil and site drawings provided in this technical package are a suggested layout based on assumed property boundaries. The approach for this layout generally keeps the existing Port in place during construction of the new Port although temporary support elements may need to be provided. When the existing Port cannot remain in place, the Contractor shall provide a temporary port building and supporting infrastructure during construction. The Contractor is responsible for the ultimate site specific layout based on the final negotiated property boundaries, right-of-way agreements with the Department of Transportation, Government approved site design, and Government approved phasing plan based on operational interferences and environmental remediation issues. Complete removal of the existing port facilities is required, butr must be acomplished in a phased approach to maintain existing operations throughout the construction period. Also, where occupied residencdes exist, they need to be maintained where possible until new residences are constructed and ready for occupancy. The architectural drawings are to be followed closely for the Port building and Secondary Garage to maintain standardized approach to these new facilities.
Project Description: Activity this quarter includes initial project planning and Project Management efforts only.
Jobs Summary: This project was awarded very close to the end/fiscal quarter. Jobs include ITSI Project Management only (0.06 jobs). No subcontracts have been let at this time. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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