Journal staff

The due date for requests for proposals for the consolidated first three phases of the Andersen Air Force Base family housing project has been extended. A site visit was held April 25 with technical proposals now due June 6, and subcontracting plans due June 7 to Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific, according to its office.

The work includes construction/replacement of 93 one-story duplex buildings, which will contain between 146 and 186 housing units according to the RFP.

The value is between $100 million and $250 million, according to the RFP.

In other military contracting news, responses are due May 30 to NavFac Pacific for construction of the Marine Corps bachelor’s enlisted housing for the Finegayan cantonment.

That proposal will select a contractor in two phases, according to the solicitation. “The government will evaluate phase-one proposals and select the most highly qualified offerors (not to exceed five) to submit phase-two proposals. Only the selected firms will be issued the phase-two design-build RFP and given an opportunity to submit phase-two proposals,” the RFP said.

The design-build construction will be a multi-story building consists of a BEQ tower for more than 300 rooms for unaccompanied Marine Corps E1 to E5 personnel and will also include a community core building, a washdown and drying area, and a utility building.

The work also includes necessary site preparation, paving and site improvements, landscaping, fire lane, parking, [low impact development] features, pavilions, horseshoe pit, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, trash enclosures, bollards, signage and environmental mitigation.

The BEQ project is estimated to cost between $100 million and $150 million.

Responses are due to NavFac Pacific on May 16 for a $100 million to $150 million maintenance hangar at Andersen, through which the contractor will again be selected in two steps. mbj