DVIDS – News – Additional contracts awarded for Hurricane Sally recovery efforts at Naval Air Station Pensacola


Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC) Southeast has awarded four new contracts, totaling $104.8 million, for Hurricane Sally recovery efforts aboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola.

On September 14, a $38.8 million contract, a firm price work order, was awarded to Sauer Construction LLC, of ​​Jacksonville, Florida, under a construction contract to multiple award to provide demolition, construction and repair work. associated with storm damage.

“Repairs are critical to the facility to allow for proper drainage of sewers and rainfall from the base,” said Ensign Alexander Pangelinan, Construction Manager for Resident Officer in Charge of Construction (ROICC) Sally. . “In addition, many of the base’s substations and pipelines are reaching the end of their effective life. Replacing these components will save on additional maintenance costs of aging systems. »

The work to be carried out includes the replacement of 13 damaged substations, the repair or replacement of existing utility poles supporting the overhead electricity distribution system, the replacement of manholes, the replacement of handholes, the replacement of underground circuits , abandonment and replacement of an existing 5 kV direct buried cable, replacement of portions of electrical with underground circuits, and provision of new reinforced concrete conduit between two substations.

Within the Hurricane Sally destruction zone, 15 specific areas of stormwater infrastructure have been identified as requiring repair or replacement. Work includes removal and replacement of a damaged walkway, removal and replacement of a damaged fabric awning over the front door, repair of damaged sidewalks and lighting along of the seawall, backfilling and leveling of scour areas, repair of a boardwalk, repair of a golf cart bridge and minor repairs to the main gate bridge.

Building envelope repairs include repair and replacement of roofing systems, replacement of damaged windows, replacement of vinyl siding, mold remediation, replacement of ceiling systems, and patching and repair interior finishes of a limited number of facilities.

Work will be performed in Pensacola, Florida and is expected to be completed by March 2025.

On September 21, a $14.8 million contract, also a firm fixed price order, was awarded to VHB, LLC, of ​​Boyds, Maryland, under a multi-award construction contract to repair the sanitary sewer system in the southeast. mains and the replacement of a water tank.

“The water treatment plant is the main plant serving both Corry Station and NAS Pensacola,” Pangelinan said.

The work to be carried out provides for the replacement, repair, cleaning and abandonment of manholes; clean, replace and repair liners or plug cleanouts, laterals and drains; installation and replacement of manhole inserts.

The works also include the replacement of the existing 500,000 gallon reinforced concrete water tank and the 150,000 gallon metal water tank water treatment plant at Corry Station.

Pangelinan said: “The contractor will provide the design and construction to replace the existing concrete water tank and the metal water tank water treatment plant, which will provide the base with a source continues with clean water.”

Work will be performed in Pensacola, Florida and is expected to be completed by June 2024.

Two contracts were awarded on September 23. The first was a $25 million firm fixed price modification to Sauer Construction, LLC, of ​​Jacksonville, Florida, under a previously awarded work order under a multi-award construction contract, which provides for demolition, construction and repair work associated with storm damage.

The work to be carried out includes repairs to the overhead electrical distribution system, moving the portion of the underground electrical distribution system into a concrete conduit bank, installing disconnecting cabinets, replacing damaged and vulnerable electrical equipment, including transformers, circuit breakers, wires, cable terminations and meters and demolishes existing circuits including cables, poles and cross members.

Work will be performed in Pensacola, Florida and is expected to be completed by March 2025.

Also on September 23, a $26.2 million firm-priced task order was placed with The Korte Company of St. Louis, Missouri, under a multi-award construction contract to repair damage. by storm at facility six aboard Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Florida.

The contract includes repairing storm damage to two student barracks, two buildings associated with the facility’s family service center and two maintenance hangars.

Work includes repair and replacement of architectural columns, repair and replacement of windows, repair and replacement of roof, replacement of attic insulation, removal of asbestos, lead paint and mold, interior finish repairs including walls and ceiling grid, fire alarm repairs, HVAC repairs and replacement, structural steel repair and replacement, steel siding framing and concrete repair.

Work will be performed in Pensacola, Florida and is expected to be completed by May 2024.

Hurricane Sally made landfall as a Category 2 storm on September 16, 2020, bringing wind gusts of 92 mph to Pensacola and damaging more than 350 facilities at the facility. NAVFAC Southeast created ROICC Sally to focus solely on hurricane recovery projects over the next several years.







Date taken: 27.09.2022
Date posted: 27.09.2022 14:23
Story ID: 430185
Location: JACKSONVILLE, Florida, USA






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