IAP-ECC Team Books Potential $139M Task Order to Build Navy Contractor Berthing Camp

IAP-ECC Team Books Potential $139M Task Order to Build Navy Contractor Berthing Camp
construction project

A joint venture that includes IAP Worldwide Services will help the U.S. Navy build and maintain a contractor berthing camp at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in California under a potential $138.7M task order.

The IAP-ECC team will construct temporary facilities to house workers supporting 11 military construction projects as part of the service branch's earthquake recovery program, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Work also includes landscaping, grounds maintenance, integrated solid waste management, facility investment, pest control, pavement clearance, unaccompanied housing and custodial services.

Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, obligated $84.5M at the time of award and expects the project to be complete by March 2025.

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