FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii—The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District recently completed a successful fiscal year 2020 during which 536 contract actions were awarded totaling $316 million, including $74.8 million for small business.
Honolulu District contract actions signify the Corps’ commitment to deliver world-class facilities to the Armed Forces of the United States, protect and improve the lives of the people of Hawaii and the Pacific region, as well as provide jobs that stimulate the local and Pacific economies.
“The Honolulu District team awarded $166 million in contracts since June 2020,” said Honolulu District commander Lt. Col. Eric S. Marshall. “In the fourth quarter we also awarded 48 contracts with average values of about $500,000. Although it’s tempting to focus on the big dollar contracts, Honolulu District continues to deliver world-class projects for our stakeholders, whether they are big or small.”
Significant awards during the fiscal year were:
– A $30,867,340 firm-fixed-price contract for the Repair Building 502, Fort Shafter, Hawaii;
– $22,455,000 firm-fixed-price contract for Repair Building 503A, Fort Shafter, Hawaii;
– $7,140,693.26 for the FY20 Army Training Land Retention-Oahu Environmental Impact Statement;
– $6,996,738.62 for the Wailoa Stream Flood Control Project, PL 84-99, Repair Stream, Hilo, Island of Hawaii;
– $6,099,972 for the FY20 Renovate Pool, Helemano Military Reservation, Oahu, Hawaii;
– $1,386,637 for the maintenance repairs of Aunu’u Small Boat Harbor, Hilo Deep Draft Harbor, and Laupahoehoe Small Boat Harbor, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii; and
-$5,390,000 for Kahauiki Stream Maintenance Dredging, Oahu, Hawaii. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)