The U.S. Army has awarded Kokolakis Contracting a potential three-year, $112.4 million contract to build a cyber instructional facility.
The Army Corps of Engineers received seven bids for the firm-fixed-price contract and obligated the full contract amount using fiscal 2021 military construction funds at the time of award, the Department of Defense said Friday.
The contractor will perform work at Fort Gordon in Georgia through March 24, 2024.
In 2013, the service selected Fort Gordon as the headquarters for Army Cyber Command as part of a push to centralize its cyber and network operations.
Tarpon Springs, Florida-based Kokolakis provides construction management, value engineering, preconstruction consulting, building maintenance and design-build services.
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