The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has asked industry to submit technical proposals for the construction of a command-and-control facility that will house the Army Cyber Command and an operations facility for the cyber protection team in Fort Gordon, Georgia.
The service branch said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Friday it plans to award up to $250 million combined for firm-fixed-price contracts that will run for approximately 720 days.
Potential contractors are required to build and complete the facilities within 10 years in compliance with the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility standards.
Amenities required for both facilities include information systems, power supply backup to critical areas, intrusion detection platforms, closed-circuit television, fire detection devices and energy monitoring control systems.
The military branch also requires companies to secure Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-New Construction Silver certification for each facility.
Technical proposals are due March 14, according to the notice.