GSA Picks 16 Small Firms for $15B On-Ramp Building Maintenance & Operations Phase I IDIQ

The General Services Administration has awarded 16 small businesses spots on the first phase of a potential $15B, 10-year contract to provide building maintenance and operations support for federal agencies at zone 1.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday says the companies will vie for task orders under the small business track of the on-ramp BMO Phase I multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The BMO Phase I SB contract vehicle has a five-year base term, five option years and another six-month option to extend services and covers heating, ventilating and air conditioning; plumbing and pipefitting; electrical maintenance; janitorial; and landscaping and ground maintenance support to zone 1 federal buildings.

Zone 1 covers government spaces and assets in Washington, D.C.; Delaware; Maryland; New Jersey; New York; Pennsylvania; Virginia; and West Virginia.

The awardees are:

  • Allegiant Facility Services
  • Brown Point Facility Management Solutions
  • BYRD Enterprises
  • Chenega Tri-Services
  • CMC & Maintenance
  • Dellew
  • GCR Dean
  • KCorp Support Services
  • Multi Air Service Engineers
  • Operation Solution
  • Satellite Services
  • SMS360
  • Team BRCS
  • The Building People
  • WE2 Support Services

In July 2017, GSA selected 27 companies for the second phase of the BMO SB IDIQ contract that covers support services for government facilities at zones 2 through 6.

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