A team of Hampton Roads contractors has been awarded a $24 million contract to construct a building housing enlisted personnel at Marine Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Chesapeake-based Homeland Contracting Corp. and Newport News-based W.M. Jordan Co. will work on the multi-story Bachelor Enlisted Quarters project, which will provide housing for up to 238 marines, a recreation shelter, equipment drying structure and equipment cleaning station.
The W.M. Jordan-Homeland Contracting team is a mentor-protégé collaboration focusing on defense projects such as the Army Training Support Center at Fort Eustis, Va., completed last year.
Homeland Contracting has been mentored by W.M. Jordan since July 2005. Homeland Contracting is a woman-owned, 8(a) small, disadvantaged general contractor specializing in design-build, new construction, interior/exterior renovations, and maritime projects for the commercial, industrial, municipal and government markets.
W. M. Jordan, established in 1958, provides construction management, design build, virtual construction, sustainability and contracting services to clients in Virginia and North Carolina.
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