Down-select announced for Hurricane Florence Recovery (HFR) Packages 3 and 7


The North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC), Coastal Carolina Community College (CCCC) and Carolinas AGC are teaming to offer updates to industry on seven Hurricane Florence Recovery (HFR) packages of projects, together valued at $1.7 billion.

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic (NAVFAC MIDLANT) has completed its down-select of potential prime contractors to move to Phase II for HFR Package 3 and HFR Package 7.

HFR Package 3 includes three separate projects for construction of training and storage facilities at Camp Lejeune.  The value of HFR 3 is estimated at $275 -$325 million.  NAVFAC has selected three contractors to proceed to Phase II in the selection process, which will result in one contract to a single prime.

The selectees include RQ Construction/W.M. Jordan, Caddell Construction and Walsh/Archer Western.

HFR Package 7 includes four projects for construction of barracks, classroom and hangar facilities at Marine Corps Air Station New River, valued at $425 – $475 million.  NAVFAC announced on March 14 that the three contractors selected to proceed to Phase II of the selection process include Archer Western Federal JV, ECC Infrastructure LLC, and M.A. Mortenson Company. These contractors will submit non-price proposals to NAVFAC on May 12, and price proposals on June 1.

The NCMBC, Carolinas AGC and CCCC will host subcontractor and supplier teaming events for all of the HFR packages.  The NCMBC expects to conduct a consolidated teaming event for the contractors down-selected for HFR Packages 3 and 7 either at CCCC, in structured webinars or on-line. Watch the NCMBC website for additional information and registration for these (free) events.

Business interested in all HFR work at Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point should monitor the NCMBC for future announcements about training, events and subcontracting opportunities.


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