Power Engineers wins $10M DOD contract for naval construction work on Guam


The Department of Defense has announced the award of a $10 million contract to POWER Engineers Inc. of Hailey Idaho for various electrical engineering projects on Guam.

Most of the work will be performed in Dededo and it is expected to be completed by November 2020, according to the announcement on the defense.gov website.

The job requires design and engineering services, to include the preparation of a design-bid-build construction package consisting of full plans, specifications, detailed cost estimate and other services needed to construct a new multi-story operations center to replace Building 112. Two new single-story warehouses are planed at the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station in Finegayan.

Another project requires POWER Engineers to build a 23-mile long underground pathway and ducting to support a 288-strand fiber optic cable between Andersen Air Force Base and U.S. Naval Base Guam.

Fiscal 2019 military construction planning and design contract funds in the amount of $10,493,283 are obligated on this award and the money will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.

The contract was awarded by NAVFAC Pacific at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii.