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The North Ramp Parking Project completed at Andersen AFB, Guam was built in support of the MV-22 Aircraft being brought to Guam as part of the overall U.S. Marine Corp relocation from Okinawa, Japan.

The project has received an “Outstanding” performance evaluation from NAVFAC. Demolition included the removal of existing pavements, perimeter CMU fencing, and miscellaneous structures. Clearing and grubbing over a number of acres followed demolition. Earthwork included the importation and placement of over 500,000 tons of fill material to bring the site to grade. A 19,000 CY Gabion retaining wall structure was constructed allowing the fill work to encroach into an existing sinkhole and extensive planning and coordination with Guam EPA took place prior to the start of this earthwork activity located in an environmentally sensitive location. PCC pavements include 9” and 17” thick sections, both reinforced and unreinforced, with a total quantity placed of 38,000CY. AC Pavements included 31,000SY at 6” thick, 1,900SY at 4” thick, and 5,300SY at 2” thick. There were a total of 45 storm drain inlets and manholes and the storm drain pipes ranged in size from 24” diameter to 72” diameter.

The storm drain system included a CIP concrete Oil Water Separator and sand filter ponding basin. At the start of the project we rerouted all existing electrical and sensitive communication lines located within the apron footprint. Other site utilities included water, sewer with OWS, fire hydrant lines, airfield lighting, high mast lighting, and emergency fuel shut off lines. Sediment and erosion control measures were strictly implemented and BCC’s ECATTS qualified Environmental Manager worked closely with NAVFAC and Andersen AFB Environmental staff in developing an Environmental Management Plan that incorporates BMP’s that prevented any adverse environmental impacts as a result of construction operations. The HACCP plan that we developed and implemented met all expectations. This project included the handling and disposal of asbestos contaminated soil and asbestos containing pipes.

Contract No.:
Project Manager:
Donald J. McCann
Sonny M. Baluyut
QC Manager:
Manny Concepcion
Original Contract Amount:
Final Contract Amount:
Original Contract Completion:
January 15, 2014
Final Contract Completion:
June 04, 2014
Actual Date Contract Accepted:
Start Date:
NTP Phase I – June 02, 2011
NTP Phase II – October 21, 2011
Liquidated damages assessed:
Owner/Customer Point of Contact:
U.S. Department of the Navy,
Frank Cruz
Owner/Customer phone/fax Nos:
671.366.5734 phone
Percentage of work performed:
90% Self Performed, Balance by Subcontractor
Was Offeror Prime Contractor or Subcontractor?
Subcontractor to Tutor Perini Corporation (Parent Company)
Customer Evaluation:
Final – Outstanding