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The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) says it has received three construction bids for the development of the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal, a facility to support the construction, assembly and deployment of offshore wind projects.

According to the MassCEC, bids were received from Braintree, Mass.-based Cashman Equipment Corp., Quincy, Mass.-based Cashman-Weeks NB and Oak Brook, Ill.-based Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company LLC.

The agency will review the submitted bids and expects to sign a general contractor by the end of May. Staff and engineers will review the bid requirements for compliance and determine the lowest qualified bidder, the agency notes.



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