10 Companies Win Spots on $750M IDIQ to Repair, Build Space Force Infrastructure

The U.S. Space Force awarded a potential 10-year, $750 million contract to 10 companies for the repair and construction of infrastructure at various USSF installations.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers work to design, engineer and build structures for 45th Space Wing components operating within the state of Florida, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Locations of work include include the Patrick Space Force Base, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and the Kennedy Space Center.

Included in the shared contract awardees are:

  • ABBA Construction
  • Alen Construction Group
  • APC Construction
  • CORE Engineering and Construction
  • Doyon Management Services
  • General Mechanical
  • Healtheon
  • Ivey’s Construction
  • Justin J. Reeves
  • Klutina Rivers Construction

The companies will receive $1,000 each at the time of award, which will come from the military branch’s operation and maintenance funds for fiscal 2021.

USSF’s 45th Contracting Squadron received 59 offers for the contract and expects work to be complete by May 2, 2031.

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