Leidos-Parsons-Centerra JV Gets $4B DOE Site Services Contract

Jeff Brody

A team composed of ConstellisCenterra subsidiary, Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) and Parsons (NYSE: PSN) has secured a potential 10-year, $4B contract to perform site services at the Department of Energy’s Hanford facility.

The Hanford Mission Integration Solutions team will carry out land management, security, information technology, site and emergency services as part of the cost-plus-award-fee contract, DOE said Thursday. The contract also features indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity and cost-reimbursement line items.

Contract work will cover infrastructure updates, maintenance efforts and the creation of support infrastructure for the site’s Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant.

The team will also oversee the Hazardous Material Management and Emergency Response, or HAMMER, federal training center.

The contract has a base period of five years and work could extend to five more years if all options are exercised. DOE received three bids for the competitively solicited contract.

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