Awards: Hurricane rebuild work and historic hotel restoration
Value: $164 million total
Locations: Puerto Rico and California
Clients: U.S. Coast Guard, National Park Service
Los Angeles-based contractor Tutor Perini has won three federal contracts worth $164 million through its government contracting arm, Perini Management Services, the company announced.
Two projects in Puerto Rico will focus on hurricane rebuild work for the United States Coast Guard’s Sector San Juan, valued at $132.5 million.
The third project is for repair and upgrades to the historic Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park in California, valued at $31.6 million.
The three award announcements, which will be included in the company’s third quarter 2022 backlog, come on the heels of the firm’s $4 billion win of a highway project on the Capitol Beltway around Washington, D.C. that will add toll lanes along 14 miles of I-270 and I-495.
The projects for the Coast Guard in Puerto Rico will include the demolition of existing buildings and infrastructure, construction of new buildings, site work and paving, utilities, water distribution, waterfront work and resiliency for the base.
The largest structure for the project will be the new, 44,000-square-foot Multi-Mission Building, which will house an armory, station and aids to navigation equipment and a central utility plant. Tutor Perini said work will begin immediately, with completion scheduled for May 2027.
Work at the 150,000 square-foot Ahwahnee Hotel, built in 1927 in the shadow of iconic Yosemite viewpoints such as Half Dome and Yosemite Falls, will include upgrades and repairs to bring the building into compliance with current codes, seismic safety standards and accessibility requirements. Tutor Perini said all work will follow historic preservation guidelines.
Perini Management Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tutor Perini that specializes in design-build construction for U.S. federal agencies, both within and outside the continental United States.