USCG Hurricane Rebuild - Base San Juan

Project Details

Prime Contractor

$133 Million

U.S. Coast Guard

San Juan, Puerto Rico

DDD Architecture


Project Description

Perini Management Services, Inc. is the prime contractor under Tutor Perini’s NMACC II program to rebuild USCG Sector/Station San Juan, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. USCG Base San Juan was established in 1993 and is located in La Puntilla sector of historic Old San Juan. The base is responsible for conducting Coast Guard missions in the Eastern Caribbean within its 1.3 million square nautical mile area of responsibility. The project scope of work includes demolition of existing buildings and infrastructure, construction of new buildings, site work and paving, utilities, water distribution, waterfront work, and resiliency for the base. The largest building will be the new two-story Multi-Mission Building (MMB) that will be approximately 44,000 square feet, and includes an armory, station and aids to navigation (ANT) functions, and central utility plant. The work will be phased to allow continued and uninterrupted base operation by USCG personnel. The project’s objective is to incorporate hurricane resilient features to improve the Base’s ability to return to operations safely and as quickly as possible following a weather emergency or natural disaster event.