Army Taps AECOM for National Guard Architect-Engineering Services Contract

AECOMAECOM‘s (NYSE: ACM) technical services business has won a five-year, $45 million contract from the U.S. Army to provide planning, programming, design and construction support for the Army National Guard.

The Defense Department said Friday that 33 bids were submitted to the National Guard Bureau in Arlington, Virginia, for the architect-engineering services contract.

The Army will determine funds and work location upon issuance of individual task orders and work is scheduled to finish by Sept. 1 , 2021.

AECOM’s technical services business unit offers component and platform development and testing, weapon system modernization, logistics and supply chain management, operations and maintenance, acquisition support and maintenance planning for the DoD and civilian agencies.

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