dck-ecc pacific guam, LLC Wins a $4 Billion
Design-Build Multiple Award Construction
Contract (MACC) with U.S. Navy
May 18, 2010 04:47 PM Eastern Daylight Time
PITTSBURGH--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--dck-ecc pacific guam, LLC was one of seven contractors
recently awarded a five-year (base plus four option years), $4 billion joint total acquisition value (JTAV) indefinite-
delivery/indefinite-quantity Design-Build Multiple Award Construction Contract (DB-MACC).
The contract is the largest ever awarded by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific and will
be used as the primary vehicle by which NAVFAC executes construction on Guam and other locations in support of
the relocation of over 8,000 Marines from Okinawa to Guam.
dck-ecc pacific guam was also awarded the $24 million design-build seed project under the contract to deliver two
facilities associated with submarine warfare training and operations, which is not part of the Guam build-up for
relocation of Marines.
“Combining dck pacific guam, one of the largest military contractors on Guam, with the wide range of experience
and capabilities of ECC makes this team a winning combination,” said Stephen D’Angelo, dck worldwide’s
President & CEO. “dck just celebrated its 25th anniversary of working on Guam, and we are excited to further
expand our services to NAVFAC. We are fully committed to supporting the U.S. Military realignment of forces
from Okinawa to Guam.”
dck worldwide and ECC are majority partners in dck-ecc pacific guam, LLC, with a combined 84-year record of
performing engineering, construction, environmental, and disaster relief projects throughout the Pacific. The team also
includes Capstone Design Partners Guam LLC, The Lane Construction Company, and BE&K Construction
Company. Capstone was formed to provide design support to dck-ecc pacific guam, LLC on the DB-MACC and
its members include PBS&J Incorporated, RIM Architects, CDS International, and BRPH Incorporated.
dck worldwide provides design-build