The State Department’s Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations has announced the selection of 12 companies to provide worldwide architectural and engineering support services under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
The bureau made the selection from a shortlist of 25 companies initially announced in November, the State Department said Friday.
The IDIQ contract includes facilities surveys and analysis, procedure-improvement support, master plans, site expansion studies, historic structures surveys, project phasing analysis, security mitigation studies and other project-specific support services.
The selected companies are:
- AECOM (NYSE: ACM)
- Buro Happold Engineering
- Davis Brody Bond
- HDR KCCT JV
- Jacobs’ (NYSE: J) government services business
- Lake Flato Architects
- Mason & Hanger Group
- Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners
- WXY Architecture + Urban Design
The bureau oversees 50 active projects worldwide and has completed 167 diplomatic facilities since the launch of the department’s Capital Security Construction Program in 1999.