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12 Companies Win Spots on State Department’s Worldwide Architectural, Engineering Support IDIQ

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:

  • Buro Happold Engineering
  • Davis Brody Bond
  • Gensler
  • Jacobs’ (NYSE: J) government services business
  • Lake Flato Architects
  • Mason & Hanger Group
  • Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners
  • ODA-Architecture
  • SmithGroup
  • 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.

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