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Jacobs-Led Team Wins Potential $2B For NASA Engineering, Tech Services; Terry Hagen Comments

JacobsLogoA Jacobs Engineering Group-led team has won a potential $1.93 billion contract to provide NASA engineering, technology and science services at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

The cost-plus-award-fee services contract starts May 1 and contains five base years and two two-year options, Jacobs said Tuesday.

Team members for the JSC Engineering, Technology and Science contract include:

  • Aerodyne Industries
  • ATK (NYSE: ATK)
  • Barrios Technology
  • Boeing (NYSE: BA)
  • ERC
  • GeoControl Systems
  • HX5
  • MRI Technologies
  • Oceaneering Space Systems
  • UTC Aerospace Systems

“Jacobs is delighted to continue our support of JSC as NASA implements new approaches and programs for space exploration, technology development and scientific research, ” said Terry Hagan, Jacobs Group vice president.

The team will support NASA programs and offices such as the JSC’s engineering directorate, the astromaterials research and exploration science directorate, the International Space Station, Orion, Advanced Exploration Systems, chief technologist, commercial crew and cargo and Mars Science Laboratory.

Work will include engineering design and development, sustaining engineering, engineering analysis and assessment, technology development, test services, laboratory and facility operation and maintenance, planetary mission research, physical science research and astromaterials curation.

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