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Three Companies Win Spots on Army Contract for Architect-Engineer Services

Three construction companies were tapped by the U.S. Army to compete for individual orders of architect-engineer vertical design services under a five-year, $45 million firm-fixed-price contract.

The Department of Defense said Monday the Army Corps of Engineers held an online solicitation for the contract and selected Jacobs (NYSE: J), Huitt-Zollars & Michael Baker joint venture and Burns & McDonnell Engineering from 22 bids it received.

Each order will determine work locations and funding, and the Army expects the contract to be completed by May 16, 2026.

Jacobs is a Dallas, Texas-headquartered company that offers technical, professional and construction services to companies, organizations and government agencies, while Burns & McDonnell operates in Kansas City, Missouri, and provides engineering, architectural, construction, environmental remediation and consulting services.

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