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Caddell Construction Awarded Three New U.S. Embassy Projects

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Caddell Construction has been awarded the following U.S. State Department Embassy Projects: Nairobi, Kenya; Mexico City, Mexico; and Athens, Greece.

U.S. Embassy – Nairobi, Kenya

Caddell has been awarded a contract for the design-build of major additions & upgrades to the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya.  Primary scope elements include a new office annex, a support annex, expansion to the existing Marine Guard Quarters, service compound access control, a utility building, a parking structure, and a perimeter wall.  Caddell will also perform renovations to the existing Chancery and USAID buildings.  Caddell will build these new facilities while the embassy continues full operations.  Caddell’s design partner is Integrus Architecture with headquarters in Spokane, Washington.  Project completion is scheduled for 2021.

Contract amount: $153.1M

U.S. Embassy – Mexico City, Mexico

Caddell Construction has been awarded a contract for construction of a New U.S. Embassy in Mexico City, Mexico. Primary project elements include a new office building with a Marine Security Guard residence and secure support annex; an underground parking structure and maintenance & warehouse facilities; four campus access pavilions: a large library; a utility building; a police barracks; perimeter walls and fences; paved courtyards, and other landscaping.  The project is scheduled for completion in 2022.

Contract amount: $554.7M

U.S. Embassy –  Athens, Greece

Caddell has been awarded a contract for the renovation of the existing historic U.S. Embassy in Athens, Greece, as well as major new additions and upgrades.  Primary scope items include renovation and rehabilitation of the office building chancery, renovation and a major new addition to the office annex, a new entrance pavilion and connector between the chancery’s north and south wings, a new main compound access control facility, and security upgrades for the Marine Guard Quarters and three existing compound access control facilities.  Caddell must perform the work in carefully managed phases to allow the embassy to continue full operations during the construction and renovation activities.

Project completion is currently scheduled for 2022.

Contract amount: $207.6M

 

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