Seven Contractors Win Spots on $195M IDIQ for NAVFAC Southeast Area Construction Services

Jeff Brody

Seven companies have won positions on a potential five-year, $195 million contract to support military construction projects within Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s Southeast area of operations in north Florida and south Georgia.

NAVFAC received 40 proposals for the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online portal,  the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Contractors will compete for task orders to provide design-build and design-bid-build services for aviation, marine, housing, administrative, logistical and other naval facilities. The IDIQ covers new construction, renovation, alteration, demolition and repair efforts.

The awardees are:

  • Brantley Construction
  • CCI Group
  • EG Designbuild
  • GCB joint venture
  • The Clement Group
  • U-SMC DeMaria JV
  • Windamir Development

Windamir received the potential $10.6 million initial task order for the P643 Reserve Training Building project at Fort Benning in Georgia. The company is expected to complete work under this order in September 2021.

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