Hensel Phelps Receives 2013 DBIA Design-Build Award for Twentynine Palms, California Project 11/2013

Tuesday November 5, 2013

The HENSEL PHELPS Twentynine Palms North Mainside Infrastructure project receives the 2013 Transportation Projects, Design-Build Honor Award from the Design Build Institute of America.

The Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center North Mainside Infrastructure Expansion project (29 Palms) was a $140,000,000 contract to transform from a 160-acre previously undeveloped site to an extension of the existing main cantonment for future build-out as part of the Grow the Force (GTF) Initiative. The design-build project consisted of major earthmoving, utilities, roadways and a 4M-gallon water tank over a two-and-a-half-year period that resulted in an outstanding CCAS rating from the Navy. The engineering partners for the projects were Parsons BrinckerhoffH&A Architects & EngineersL.D. King, Inc., and Michael Wall Engineering.

For more information on this project and award, click this link.