WSM Pacific SIOP, A Joint Venture, has secured a potential $500 million contract from the U.S. Navy to provide architectural and engineering services to a shipyard infrastructure modernization project of Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Pacific.
The Honolulu-based business entity will support the Navy in structural and waterfront-related projects that include construction, repair and maintenance of waterfront and marine facilities, the Department of Defense said Monday.
Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, WSM Pacific SIOP will also perform military construction project documentation and supply design charrettes, technical surveys and interior designs for the shore-based facilities.
The service branch obligated $50,000 from its fiscal 2021 milcon design funds at the time of award. NAVFAC Pacific received two proposals via a competitive procurement posted on the SAM website.
Work performance will occur in various locations within the NAVFAC Pacific that include West Coast and Hawaii. The 60-month contract is expected to conclude in September 2026.