Anaheim’s LM2 Construction Co. Inc. has nabbed a $30 million contract from the Defense Department for painting and construction services at U.S. buildings in Guam.
The work includes surface preparation on painted and unpainted buildings, painting, taping and spackling, caulk and putty replacement, sheet-metal and concrete repair, tree trimming and cutting, among other services.
LM2 won the bid against seven other companies.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command in Marianas, Guam, awarded the contract, which is expected to be completed by June 2014.
LM2’s prior government contracts include projects for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs at various California locations and a partnership with Nebraska-based Leo A. Daily Architects on a $49.5 million Corps of Engineers design-build contract.