A division of Louis Berger will provide design, construction, operations and maintenance services for fuel facilities at Fort Bliss in Texas under a 19-year, $21.6 million contract with the Defense Logistics Agency Energy.
The company said Tuesday the contract covers services for two contractor-owned/contractor-operated and four government-owned/contractor-operated facilities for bulk and retail aviation refueling work.
“We are very excited to extend our 16-year relationship with DLA Energy and to continue providing … COCO/GOCO fuel services at U.S. Army, Marine Corps and Navy installations, ” said Andrew Bailey, president of Louis Berger’s services operations.
Louis Berger’s Hawthorne Services division will start to work on the fuel facility design this month and begin construction work in July.
The company anticipates the Fort Bliss facilities to be operational by February 2016.