GUAM – The Navy announced that it has awarded Honolulu, Hawaii-based Allied Pacific Builders, Inc. a contract for electrical work to replace 13.8 KV isolation switches at various locations at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam.

The contract, award number N4019211C6017, is valued at $1,075,000, according to Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Marianas.

Allied Pacific Builders, a minority-owned company certified by the Small Business Administration in both the “8 (a) small disadvantaged business” and “Historically Underutilized Business Zone” categories, operates as a general contractor with a branch in Guam.

In Guam, where the company got its local contractor license in 2007, Allied Pacific specializes in steel erection, iron works and welding, roofing, epoxy coating, roll up doors and fencing. As a general contractor, it is specialized in building renovation.

Prior to this award, the company has won over $15.7 million in federal contracts for work in Hawaii and Guam since 2003, according to federal procurement data. regularly presents Department of Defense and other Federal Government contracting awards and opportunities that can be performed by companies from Guam or that require at least some of the work to be performed in Guam. This coverage is a service to the Guam business community and the worldwide federal contractor community to encourage teaming between prime contractors and qualified subcontractors, vendors and suppliers to compete more effectively for projects.


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