The Mamizu MACC is the second-biggest contract, after the $4 billion Guam Design-Build MACC, meant to help prepare Guam for the transfer of at least 8,600 Marines and their families and support staff from Okinawa no sooner than 2016. A Government Accountability Office report last week said the cost for the whole buildup will probably exceed $17.4 billion.
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"All contract proposals for this solicitation are now due back to NAVFAC Pacific by June 21, 2011," the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific, said in a press release. "The government intends to award one seed project immediately after the MACC holders have been issued their contracts."
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