Army Picks 12 Firms for $490M Oil & Gas Facilities Construction IDIQ

OilPipesThe U.S. Army has selected 12 companies to compete for task orders to help the Army Corps of Engineers design and construct petroleum, oil and lubricant facilities across U.S. states and territories under a potential five-year, $490 million contract.

The Defense Department said Tuesday USACE received 24 offers for the project through a competitive bidding process via the Internet and will provide funds and work locations with each individual task order.

DoD expects contractors to finish work by July 4, 2021.

The awardees are:

  • Kinley Construction
  • Cape Environmental Management
  • Weston Solutions
  • Gilbane Federal
  • CB&I Federal Services
  • KNK-Cape JV1
  • Structural Associates
  • Reliable Contracting Group
  • Silver Mountain Construction
  • GSI Pacific
  • Kear Civil
  • Rockford

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