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Tutor Perini lands three big contracts on Guam

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Tutor Perini Corporation has announced three significant new projects in Guam with a combined total value of $77 million. According to a release, Gershman, Brickner & Bratton has identified Black Construction Corporation, a subsidiary of Tutor Perini, as the low bidder for the Ordot Dump closure construction and the Dero Road sewer improvements project with a bid of approximately $40.9 million. The project includes construction of all temporary and permanent facilities, erosion controls, excavation, grading and drainage. Construction is expected to begin in the first quarter of next year and completed by July 2015.

Black Construction meanwhile was also awarded a $12.7 million project for interior architectural finishing work at the Lotte Dutty Free Guam retail space at the A.B. Won Pat International Airport. The scope of work consists of architectural, mechanical, electrical, fire protection, renovations and finishes to various public retail and boutique areas. Work is set to start this month and substantial completion expected in March 2014.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command awarded Tutor Perini a $23.8 million task order for whole house revitalization work at Lockwood Terrace on Naval Base Guam. Work includes upgrades to 60 existing housing units and is expected to start in April 2014 and completed by September 2015.

Tutor Perini is a leading civil and building construction company.

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