CALIFORNIA-HAWAII FIRM WINS GUAM NAVY CONTRACT

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$19 million job to restore waterfront facilities

HAGÅTÑA, Guam (Pacific Daily News, July 2, 2010) - Bulltrack-Watts, a joint venture consisting of California-based Bulltrack Construction Company and Honolulu-based, Watts Constructors, has been awarded a US$19 million contract on Naval Base Guam, according to a Watts Constructors press release.

The project includes the design and construction of the repair, restoration and modernization of the waterfront facilities at Sumay Cove. Work is expected to be completed by February 2012, according to the release.

Watts Constructors has a formal mentoring program with Bulltrack, a Small Business Administration 8a contractor. The mentor-protégé program enhances the ability of 8a participants to compete for federal government contracts.

Watts has more than US$410 million in federal contracts under construction in Hawaii including the rebuilding of the visitor center at the USS Arizona Memorial.

Watts, which has a Guam office, performed the US$79 million replacement of 2004 typhoon-damaged homes at North Tipalao.

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