Hawaii company lands $50M military contract
by Nick Delgado
Guam - The first partially Japan government-funded military contract related to the Marines relocation has been awarded. Hawaii's AHL Setiadi Gushiken Joint Venture will get paid $50,000,000 to do work related to engineering, technical reporting, construction, cost estimates and consultation.
Two design task orders related to the contract were issued today they include work on a waterfront headquarters building and a fire station.