Army Names 15 Companies for $540M National Guard Construction Project

According to the Department of Defense, the National Guard Bureau received 28 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract.

Mon September 11, 2017 - National Edition
Emily Buenzle


The U.S. Army has awarded 15 companies a $540 million contract for construction and repair projects at National Guard units in Washington and Oregon.
The U.S. Army has awarded 15 companies a $540 million contract for construction and repair projects at National Guard units in Washington and Oregon.

The U.S. Army has awarded 15 companies a $540 million contract for construction and repair projects at National Guard units in Washington and Oregon.

According to the Department of Defense, the National Guard Bureau received 28 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract.

Construction is expected to be completed Aug. 14, 2022, the Department of Defense said.

The companies chosen include:

  • AHTNA Environmental, Seatac, Wash.
  • Ascent and Takisaki joint venture, Rathdrum, Idaho
  • Bristol Prime Contractors, Anchorage, Alaska
  • CMEC, Post Falls, Idaho
  • Diversified Contractors, Klamath Falls, Ore.
  • Global Engineering Services, Midvale, Utah
  • Imperial Construction, Wapato, Wash.
  • National Native American Construction, Coeur D Alene, Idaho
  • Ronsons Sdvosb P&L joint venture, Oak Harbor, Wash.
  • Sealaska Constructors, Seattle
  • Silver Mountain Construction, Bremerton, Wash.
  • Skytek, Vancouver, Wash.
  • TL Peterson, Red Bluff, Calif.
  • Veterans Northwest Construction, Seattle
  • VetFed and PacificTech joint venture, Kennewick, Wash.



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