5 Contractors Win Spots on Potential $900M Navy Incidental Construction Services IDIQ

NavyConstructionThe U.S. Navy has selected five companies to compete for short-term facility support orders under a potential eight-year, $900 million indefinite/delivery-indefinite quantity contract.

The multiple-award contract has one base year and seven option years and contractors will provide incidental construction services in support of disaster relief missions,   humanitarian efforts, the full range of military operations and incumbent breaks in service at various facilities worldwide,  the Defense Department said Monday.

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command received six offers for the project through a competitive solicitation on the Navy’s Electronic Commerce Online portal.

The contract will run through September 2024 and the service branch obligated $125, 000 in fiscal 2016 supervision, inspection and overhead funds at the time of award.

Awardees are:

  • Kellogg Brown & Root Services
  • Vectrus (NYSE: VEC)
  • IAP and ECC joint venture
  • Fluor (NYSE: FLR)
  • AECOM (NYSE:ACM)

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