California Firm Gets $30M Painting Contract for Guam “Shore Based Facilities”

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Guam – The Department of Defense has awarded LM2 Construction of  Anaheim California a “maximum amount $30,000,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity” contract for painting construction services at U.S. Government shore-based facilities on Guam. 

According to the defense.gov website, the work requires “surface preparation on previously painted and unpainted buildings, application of new paint, taping and spackling work, replacement of caulking and puttying, repair of flashings/sheet-metal, repair of concrete cracks and spalls, cutting/trimming of trees and shrubs (obstructing performance of work), painting of pavement markings, and incidental related work.”

READ the contract award announcment on defense.gov

The work is expected to be completed by June 2014. 

LM2 beat out 7 other bidders for the job which was awarded by Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Marianas, Guam.