GUAM – Federal government contracts were awarded recently to two Guam contractors and two suppliers for work at Andersen Air Force Base as well as to the University of Guam for a fisheries study, according to the government’s official procurement web site.

Allied Pacific Builders of Tamuning won two 8 (a) sole-source contracts for repair work at Andersen. The company will repair the industrial lighting system on base under a contract for $1.18 million. Booster pumps at multiple buildings will also be replaced under a separate sole-source $648,000 contract, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Marianas said in its award notices.

NAVFAC also awarded Danes Construction Corporation of Yigo an 8 (a) contract for $121,250 to install an environmental control system in Building 18002 at Andersen.

M-80 Office Systems and Designers Direct have been hired to furnish offices at the air base under two small business set aside contracts. Designers Direct will be paid $58,064 to furnish 14 rooms at the 36th Wing CVN personnel space at Andersen’s Building 25024. M-80 was awarded $27,750 to supply the base’s Power Production Shop with conference and office furniture.

The University of Guam will provide curatorial and archival services for CFPS projects — or critical feedback points — in Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. The $50,000 contract, awarded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration at the Department of Commerce, calls for conservation of fish tissue samples and voucher specimens under the specifications of the International Bar Code of Fish Life, according to the NOAA award notice.

 

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