Fourteen companies will compete to design, build and operate energy-conservation systems for the U.S. Army under a potential nine-year, $1.5 billion contract.
The firm-fixed-price contract will run through May 7, 2024 and the Army Corps of Engineers will provide funds and performance location upon the award of each task order, the Defense Department said Friday.
Twenty-two proposals were submitted to USACE through an online solicitation.
- American Development Institute
- AECOM (NYSE: ACM)
- Clark Energy Group
- Constellation NewEnergy
- Energy Systems Group
- Honeywell (NYSE: HON)
- Johnson Controls Government Systems
- Pepco Energy Services
- Schneider Electric Buildings Americas
- Siemens Government Technologies
- Southland Energy
- Trane U.S.