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GSA Picks 31 for Zone 1 Building O&M Services Under $30B GWAC Program

GSAThe General Services Administration has awarded 31 companies spots on two potential 10-year contracts worth up to $30 billion combined to provide building maintenance and operations support at the federal government’s Zone 1 sites.

Nine companies will compete for task orders under the BMO Unrestricted contract and 24 vendors have been awarded small-business positions on the BMO SB contract, GSA said Wednesday.

Two of those companies are included in both the unrestricted and small business vehicles.

The program covers “strategically sourced” electrical maintenance, janitorial, landscaping, fire alarm, suppression system maintenance, commissioning, plumbing, elevator inspection, pest control and heating, ventilating and air conditioning services.

Winners for the unrestricted track are:

  • ACEPEX Management
  • AMEC Programs
  • CBRE
  • AAA Complete Building Services
  • EML
  • J&J Worldwide Services
  • Jones Lang LaSalle Americas
  • LB & B Associates
  • WW Contractors

Awardees for the small business track are:

  • ACEPEX Management
  • Action Facilities Management
  • Ben Fitzgerald Real Estate, d.b.a. Rosemark
  • CEEPCO Contracting
  • Chenega Facilities Management
  • CMI Management
  • CTSI Facility Management
  • Exemplar Enterprises
  • Four Seasons Environmental International
  • General Mechanical Services
  • Global Precision Systems
  • Infinite ABM
  • Inspection Experts
  • Native Energy & Technology
  • NVE
  • PM Services
  • ProSource Consulting
  • Raven Services
  • SDAC Facility Service
  • Tigua
  • Trademasters
  • Urban Services
  • WW Contractors
  • Zero Waste Solutions

The contractors will support government facilities in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.

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