MAMIZU Utilities And Site Improvements Phase 1

This design-build project provides underground utilities and site improvements necessary to support of future building construction projects required to support the relocation of thousands of U.S. Marines from Okinawa, Japan to Guam. This project is located in two (2) Department of Defense installations in Guam, which are Apra Harbor, Naval Station and Andersen Air Force Base.

On-Base Infrastructure Project in Apra Harbor: The project provided shore side utilities improvements to Sierra, Tango, Uniform and Victor Wharves, including: steam, compressed air, potable water, power, communications, wastewater, fire alarm, and fire hydrants at Apra Harbor to support the Marine Corps embarkation capability on Guam. The project also includes a welcome center facility for personnel when they arrive.

On-Base Infrastructure Project in Andersen Air Force Base: Project included construction of a new gate, entry control facility and a road that will provide access to the proposed USMC aviation facilities at the Air Force Base. The project also includes intersection improvements at the location of the new entry control facility along Route 9, including installation of new traffic signals. USMC personnel will use this new gate, entry control facility and road as their primary access to their new aviation facilities complex. Project also included a one-story Pass & ID office and Vehicle Queuing Control Facility.

KEY FEATURES:

  • ƒProject Location in 2 areas of Guam.
  • On-Base Infrastructure Project in Apra Harbor.ƒ
  • On-Base Infrastructure Project in Andersen Air Force Base.ƒ
  • Pacific Rim’s senior staff was a part of the general contractor’s team.

  • CLIENT: NAVFAC PACIFIC
  • LOCATION: Guam
  • SECTOR: Military
  • VALUE: S$93M
  • SERVICES CARRIED OUT: Design Build