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NASA Selects Eight Firms for Potential $80M Infrastructure Support IDIQ

Jeff Brody

Eight companies have secured positions on a potential three-year, $80M contract from NASA to provide architectural and engineering services to Glenn Research Center's facilities infrastructure division.

Contractors support agencywide projects that will involve infrastructure design, master planning, construction bid document preparation, implementation planning, drafting, cost estimation and conceptual engineering studies, NASA said Saturday.

Work under the IDIQ is scheduled to commence on Aug. 1 and may continue for two more years if options are exercised.

The awardees are:

  • AECOM (NYSE: ACM)
  • Burgess and Niple
  • H.F. Lenz Company
  • KZF Design
  • K2M Design
  • Nelson Engineering
  • Ross Barney Architects
  • The Johnson-McAdams Firm

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