Guam – Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Marianas awarded a $40 million maximum capacity firm-fixed-price indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract to SSFM International, Inc., a small business of Honolulu, Hawaii for construction management services on Guam.
“Small business firms are the backbone of America’s workforce, and we are pleased that vital construction management services for Navy Guam projects will be delivered by a qualified small business,” said NAVFAC Marianas Executive Officer, Cmdr. Cheryl Hansen.
The work to be performed includes construction oversight and quality assurance services to support U.S. Military construction projects and associated efforts undertaken by NAVFAC Marianas.
“With the operational tempo of NAVFAC Marianas trending upwards, this construction management services contract allows us to continue to meet the steady growth that we are experiencing today and expect in future years,” added Hansen.
The contractor will provide services including construction oversight engineer services; quality assurance technician services; construction contractor schedule review; cost estimating services; construction safety oversight; and constructability reviews.
The contract includes one base period and four option years, and is expected to be completed by September 2015. This contract was competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online website with 15 proposals received.