Nan, Inc., Hawaii’s largest locally-owned construction company and its joint venture partner Tutor Perini Corporation (TPC), is one of five teams selected as a contract holder for up to $8 billion worth of work to replace Dry Dock 3 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Hawaii and to perform extensive dry dock work at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Washington.
The selection by the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Pacific involves the award of several multiple award construction contracts (MACC), of which NAVFAC Pacific will dole out the work through individual task orders. TPC-NAN, a Joint Venture will compete with the four other MACC holders for those task order awards with a total value of up to $8 billion.
The expected work includes the design and construction of waterfront facilities, such as dry docks, warehouses, piers/wharves, site improvements, and dredging at both Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and Puget Sound Naval Base.
“We are pleased to be part of this important work to help modernize Pearl Harbor’s Dry Dock facilities. This will also provide steady, high paying jobs to hundreds of local workers,” said Fooney Freestone, Nan, Inc. President.
Pre-construction services work for the Dry Dock 3 Replacement at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard is expected to take place throughout 2022, with involvement by all MACC holders. Construction is slated to begin in the first half of 2023.