dck-ecc Awarded $47 Million MCAS Contract for NAVFAC Hawaii

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REPORT FROM dck worldwide – dck worldwide announced that its joint venture partnership with Environmental Chemical Corporation (ECC), dck-ecc pacific guam, LLC (dck-ecc), has been awarded a $46.6 million design-build contract by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii (NAVFAC) for a fixed-price task order HC01 under a previously awarded multiple-award construction contract (N62742-10-D-1308) for constructing an operations complex with an aircraft fire and rescue station at Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH), Kaneohe.

The new MCBH complex will be used as the command operations facility, air passenger terminal, and cargo terminal.  It also includes paving and site improvements associated with the new operations complex and supporting construction.  Construction is expected to begin in late 2012 and is expected to be completed by September 2014.

“dck pacific construction is proud to be a part of this project at MCAS” said Eric Tessem, Sr. VP/General Manager, “We have a strong team of personnel, designers and subcontractors, and we look forward to collaborating with NAVFAC Hawaii to ensure the success of this project.”


dck-ecc’s partnership combines the talents and resources of dck worldwide and ECC, and was created specifically to complete complex, large design-build projects in Hawaii and throughout the Pacific.  This award represents dck-ecc’s fourth win as a partnership. dck-ecc is currently constructing a $128 million contract for the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers at South Range, Schofield Barracks, Oahu, Hawaii.

dck pacific construction, a dck worldwide company, has been a builder in Hawaii for over 73 years and, has completed numerous landmark federal projects in the Pacific.  They include the $330 million Hawaii Regional Security Operations Center at NCTAMS Pacific, the $85 million Pacific Command Headquarters at Camp Smith, and Joint Regional Command Marianas in Guam. Currently, dck pacific is constructing two projects at Pearl Harbor.

dck worldwide, LLC provides design-build, general construction, construction and program management, and project development services globally.  For more information please visit www.dckww.com.

Established in 1985, ECC provides a broad range of services to support their clients’ missions, including renewable energy, engineering, construction, design-build, environmental remediation, and munitions response services for Federal clients. ECC has been executing projects in the Pacific since 1995, and has performed more than 100 projects there over the past 16 years. For more information about ECC, please visitwww.ecc.net. ECC—Never Compromising Safety