The Navy has awarded a contract worth nearly $14 million to a company to upgrade the wastewater collection system at Naval Base Guam.
The Naval Facilities Engineer Command Pacific at Pearl Harbor said Tuesday that antiquated sewage lift stations at the Apra Harbor Wastewater Treatment Plant will be replaced with new facilities that provide increased capacity and reliability.
In addition, pump station controls and emergency generators will be placed in structures hardened for typhoons.
The contract went to Core Tech International Corp. of Barrigada, Guam, one of six companies to submit proposals.
Core Tech International is a full service General Contractor with a proud tradition of success in providing the highest standards of planning, estimating, engineering and construction services on a variety of award winning projects.
As a fully bonded Guam-based company, Core Tech International understands just how challenging supply chain logistics and component sourcing can be in an island environment. That is why Core Tech maintains a full complement of construction support resources from construction specialists and engineers to fully stocked warehousing as well as quarry & batch plant facilities and heavy equipment to ensure that every project is delivered with quality on time and on budget.
With an uncompromised record of quality, safety and efficiency, Core Tech has established a reputation of delivering client satisfaction project after project. Core Tech International has a long list of success in military and commercial projects including civil & infrastructure works, schools, retail & industrial complexes, institutional facilities and a host of residential and specialized facilities.