Four Companies Win Potential $800M Navy Construction IDIQs

NavyConstructionThe U.S. Navy has awarded four companies contracts worth up to $800 million combined for contingency construction projects worldwide over up to five years.

Construction and related engineering services are intended in response to natural disasters, humanitarian needs and conflicts, the Defense Department said Friday.

CH2M Hill Constructors, Environmental Chemical Corp., Kellogg Brown and Root Services Inc. and URS Corp. (NYSE: (URS) will receive cost-plus-award-fee or firm-fixed-price task orders to perform work.

Sixty percent of the work is intended for natural disasters and the remaining 40 percent is set aside for other events both inside and outside of the continental U.S.

Contractors may also be required to provide the Navy initial base operating support services in support of construction projects.

The Navy received 13 proposals for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract.

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