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Air Force Adds Black & Veatch to $500M Architect-Engineering Services IDIQ

construction-blueprints-designBlack & Veatch Special Projects Corp. has won a position on a potential eight-year, $500 million contract to provide architect-engineering environmental services for the U.S. Air Force.

The company is the latest addition to a list of awardees that will compete for environmental restoration, operations and maintenance, compliance, military family housing, closures and base realignment support orders under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

The Air Force Installation Contracting Agency received 12 proposals for the contract.

Black & Veatch will perform contract work at government locations worldwide through Dec. 28, 2023, according to DoD.

The service branch initially selected five companies in November and added three firms this month for the IDIQ contract.

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