Bechtel-Led NAS JV Awarded $182M to Support USAF Engineering Facility

The Bechtel-led joint venture National Aerospace Solutions has been awarded a $181.9M contract modification by the U.S. Air Force to continue providing test and facility operations support at Arnold AF Base in Tennessee.

The modification exercises the fourth option year of a previously issued contract and increases its total potential value to $1.19B, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Contract work covers a range of services at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex including test operations support, technology development, facility sustainment and refurbishment activities.

NAS is slated to conclude its services by June 30, 2021.

Other NAS members include Sierra Lobo and GP Strategies, as well as subcontractors nLogic and Chugach Federal Solutions.

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