Pegasus Wins Potential $177M Army Facility Modernization, Sustainment Contract

Jeff Brody

Pegasus Support Services has won a potential five-year, $176.8M contract from the U.S. Army to modernize, sustain or restore military facilities.

Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command received seven bids for the firm-fixed-price contract covering work on barracks, warehouses, ranges, bridges, airfields, worship centers and administrative buildings, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The service branch will assign performance locations and obligate funds per order.

DoD expects contract work to be completed by Nov. 30, 2024.

Pegasus is a service-disabled, veteran-owned company that provides facility maintenance, operations and logistics support to government customers.

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