Skip to main content BREMERTON — The Suquamish Tribe’s construction corporation has won a five-year, $99 million government contract for Navy projects across the Pacific Northwest.
Port Madison Enterprises’ Construction Corporation will be assigned projects at Naval installations across 11 states, from Alaska to Minnesota, for what’s known as Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest. But much of their work will be right here in Puget Sound, the company said.
Port Madison won the contract in a bidding process that involved five total firms, according to the U.S. Department of Defense, which released the award Sept. 27 . Employees at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard exit the gate near the Bremerton ferry terminal in this undated photo. The Suquamish Tribe’s construction arm has won an up-to-$99 million contract for projects, including a rebuild of the fencing around the shipyard. (Photo: Larry Steagall / Kitsap Sun file) “We’ve worked hard at expanding our capabilities while maintaining our standards for delivering top-quality projects to our clients,” Scott George, CEO of Port Madison Enterprises Construction Corporation, said in a news release. “We are proud of this award and proud of our growing role in serving those who serve our country.”
Port Madison will work on multiple projects over a five-year period, in what’s known as a “indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity” contract. The first order of business for the Port Madison Enterprises Construction Corporation will be to build a new fence around the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. The contract calls for $198,000 to be spent on the project, which […]