ARCTEC to Maintain U.S. Air Force Alaska Radar, Radio Sites; Mark Gray Comments

Mark Gray
Mark Gray

ARCTEC Alaska, an ASRC Federal PrimusATCO Structures & Logistics joint venture, has won a $340 million contract to operate and maintain the U.S. Air Force‘s radar and radio sites located across Alaska.

The joint venture will perform the services on 15 radar facilities of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and the U.S. Northern Command,  ASRC Federal said Thursday.

ARCTEC will also provide support services to three separate radio sites and maintenance control and communications center activities of the Regional Air Operations Center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

“We look forward to continuing to help the Air Force maintain security and provide protection from international or domestic threats, ” said Mark Gray, ASRC Federal president and CEO.

The contract contains a one-year base period and 10 one-year options.

The company will also maintain gravel airstrips, a 50-mile gravel access road, water/wastewater systems, a power generation facility and a weather observation site.

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