Six independent firms and two joint ventures have won spots on a potential five-year, $880M contract from the U.S. Navy to modernize, restore or sustain petroleum, oil and lubricant storage assets.
Contractors will compete for fuel system design, construction, engineering, test, maintenance, repair and inspection task orders encompassing pipelines and related POL facilities around the world, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.
The service branch received 18 proposals for the multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via a competitive bidding process.
DoD expects work to be completed by February 2025.
The awardees are:
- Bristol Engineering Services
- CAPE-Burns and McDonnell joint venture
- Dawson Enterprises
- GSI and Pond JV
- Reliable Contracting Group
- Weston Solutions
- Wood Environment and Infrastructure Solutions
Aptim's federal services business won the initial $623,600 task order to inspect, clean and repair POL fuel tanks installed at Naval Base Point Loma in San Diego.