Pentagon awards Camp Shelby project to DCD, Yates

by Associated Press

Published: July 10,2012

Tags: bid, bidder, bidding, construction, defense, federal government, military, military training, project, training

FORREST COUNTY — The Pentagon says a joint venture between two Mississippi construction companies has won a $41.4 million contract to build an operational readiness training complex at Camp Shelby.

The companies are DCD Construction Inc. of Ocean Springs and W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Inc. of Philadelphia.

Glen Higgs of DCD says the contract calls for four four-story barracks buildings, a physical plant building and accompanying site work.

The military news release says the National Guard Bureau in Jackson received 12 other bids for the work. It is scheduled to be completed June 14, 2014.

The Pentagon also says EADS North America, Inc., of Herndon, Va., received a $15.2 million modification on a contract for contractor logistic support at Columbus with an estimated completion date of June 30, 2016.

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