Army Awards 10 Spots on Two Civil Engineering, Architecture Contracts Worth $126M

Ten companies won positions on two separate contracts worth up to $126M combined to provide architectural and engineering services to various U.S. Army civil works projects.

Five companies will compete for A-E task orders under the $90M unrestricted contract and  five small businesses will vie for orders under a separate $36M firm-fixed-price contract, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work will involve creation of civil works design and planning, studies, environmental documents and project specifications, according to a FedBizOpps summary.

The Army Corps of Engineers received nine bids for the unrestricted contract and 14 bids for the small business set-aside contract.

The base ordering period runs through May 16, 2026, followed by a potential one-two year option.

Large business awardees are:

  • CDM Federal Programs
  • HDR Engineering
  • HNTB
  • Mead & Hunt and Olson joint venture
  • Santec Consulting Services

Small business awardees are:

  • Affinis
  • DR Reed and Associates
  • GEO-Stanley JV
  • Prairie-Hanson JV
  • Water Resources Solution-Logic JV

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