The U.S. Navy is accepting proposals for a potential $5B contract to provide contingency construction support for designated projects around the world, Bloomberg Government reported Wednesday.
The Navy plans to award four spots on the follow-on Global Contingency Construction contract, which has a one-year base period and seven one-year extension options.
According to the request for proposals posted Aug. 20 on the beta SAM website, work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award will support construction projects under the Naval Facilities Engineering Command – Atlantic.
NAVFAC initiatives covered by the award include humanitarian efforts, disaster response, conflict-related assistance and similar emergent mission-critical operations.
In March 2019, the Navy awarded six spots on the original GCC contract which has a ceiling value of $975M to cover a five-year period that will end on March 2024.
Lummus Technology, a contractor based in The Woodlands, Texas, previously secured $80M to provide repair services at Camp Lejeune, N.C., as part of the largest single-award project under the GCC contract, according to BGOV.
The recompete GCC award will include firm-fixed-price or cost-plus-award-fee orders as well as a minimum guarantee of $25K for each contractor.
Responses to the RFP are due on Oct. 5.