Two JVs Land $92M In Army Contracts for Architectural, Engineering Services

Jeff Brody

Two joint ventures have secured five-year, $46M firm-fixed-price contracts to provide engineering and architectural services to the U.S. Army.

USACE awarded the first contract to Day & Zimmerman's Mason & Hanger subsidiary and CDM Smith, and the second contract to AECOM (NYSE: ACM) and Black & Veatch, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The agency received a total of 15 bids for both acquisition efforts.

Mason & Hanger–CDM Smith JV will provide services through June 10, 2024, and AECOM–B&V will perform work through June 10 of the same year.

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