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Dck Pacific gets $63.6 million Navy contract

Honolulu-based Dck Pacific Construction LLC and Tetra Tech EC Inc. based in New Jersey have won a $63.6 million Navy contract as part of a larger $1 billion global multiple award to upgrade and build utilities and communications infrastructure at the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma in Arizona, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Tuesday.

Work includes removing an existing water storage tank and building two concrete potable water storage tanks, as well as replacing existing water distribution lines and relocating the existing sewer collection systems. The job, contracted by Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest in San Diego, Calif., is expected to be completed by July 2012. 

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