Caddell Construction, along with joint venture partner Nan, Inc., has been awarded another contract on the island of Guam. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific division recently announced the contract for the design and construction of a $36.5 million base warehouse on Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz.
The 53,335 SF warehouse will provide storage and administrative space to support several agencies. “This project provides a general support warehouse required for storage and administrative space to support the distribution management office, base supply, food services, and general services administrative daily operations,” said NAVFAC Pacific Design Manager Grant Nakata in a published press release.
The project scope includes associated parking and a special paved area where heavy vehicles can be safely parked, called a “vehicle hardstand.” The structure of the building will be reinforced cast-in-place concrete appropriate for Guam’s earthquake and environmental conditions, as well as all necessary security requirements.
This marks the fourth project that Caddell-Nan JV has been awarded on Guam. Construction began in 2018 for a new medical outpatient facility at Apra Harbor, and work is underway on three barracks facilities that were awarded last year.