A CH2M Hill joint venture’s contract to provide engineering and design services for U.S. Navy energy efficiency projects and services is now potentially worth $120 million, the Defense Department announced Friday.
CH2M Hill Clark Nexsen Energy Partners received a $60, 000, 000 firm-fixed-price modification to exercise the first option of the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
The joint venture will provide 80 percent of work for shore facilities and utility systems at U.S.-based Navy, Marine Corps and other government facilities and the remaining 20 percent will occur overseas.
Work will occur through July 2013 and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command at Port Hueneme, Calif. is the contracting activity.
Another CH2m joint venture, CH2M Polar Services, holds an estimated $325 million contract to provide the National Science Foundation arctic research support and logistics services.
The company said at the time research will help researchers and scientists understand impacts of climate change on the Arctic region.