Six companies have won positions on a potential seven-year, $950 million U.S. Air Force contract for architect-engineering services to support military construction, family housing projects and programs for sustainment, restoration and modernization.
The Air Force received 82 offers for the contract, which the Navy awarded through a selection process under the Brooks Act and Federal Acquisition Regulation 36.6, the Defense Department said Tuesday.
Contractors will compete to perform Title I, Title II and related architect-engineering services to help administer, coordinate, and technically support the Air Force civil engineering projects.
Work will take place at government sites in the U.S. and overseas, as well as Defense Logistics Agency fuel facilities worldwide.
Other potential sites of work could include contingency operations, remote, austere or hostile locations, the Pentagon said.
- AECOM Technical Services
- Baker-Stanley-Cardno joint venture
- Leidos (NYSE: LDOS)
- OTIE-RS&H joint venture
- Parsons Brinkckerhoff-FSB-H&A joint venture
- Parsons Government Services