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Army Picks 16 Firms for $250M Architectural, Engineering Support IDIQ

construction-blueprints-designThe U.S. Army has awarded 16 companies positions on a potential five-year, $250 million contract to provide architectural and engineering services to the Army Corps of Engineers’ South Atlantic division in support of environmental programs.

The service branch received 38 offers for the contract through an online solicitation and expects work to be finished on May 23, 2021, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

The Army Corps of Engineers will obligate funds and determine work location upon award of each task order under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price contract, according to DoD.

Awardees are spread across three pools and include the following companies:

  • Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure
  • Arcadis
  • Black & Veatch
  • Cardno GS
  • Cardno and EA joint venture
  • CB&I Federal Services
  • CH2M
  • HDR
  • Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC)
  • Leidos (NYSE: LDOS)
  • Louis Berger and Aerostar joint venture
  • Marstel-Day
  • Parsons
  • Tetra Tech (Nasdaq: TTEK)
  • Vernadero

The contractors will compete to perform cultural and natural resource management plan development, documentation, miscellaneous sustainment, conservation restoration, environmental audits, asset management, geographic information system development, training and regulatory compliance support for military, federal and civil agencies, according to a notice on FedBizOpps.

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