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Navy Awards Six Spots on $975M Global Contingency Construction Services Contract

Six companies won spots on a potential five-year, $975M contract to support U.S. Navy contingency construction projects worldwide.

Contractors can compete for firm-fixed-price or cost-plus-award-fee task orders to provide engineering, construction and design/build construction services in response to “urgent” situations such as humanitarian missions, conflict and natural disasters, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work may include emergency response readiness efforts, military exercise activities and operational services for a material liaison office to support the Naval Construction Force.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command received seven proposals for the contract via a competitive procurement on the FedBizOpps and Navy Electronic Commerce Online portals. The service branch will provide $150K to each winning contractor at the time of award.

The awardees are:

  • AECOM (NYSE: ACM)
  • APTIM
  • Environmental Chemical Corp.
  • Fluor (NYSE: FLR)
  • Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC)
  • Perini Management Services

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