Navy Seeks Contractors for Potential $95M Range Sustainment & Remediation Program

The Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command has initiated a small business set-aside competition for a potential $95 million contract to support military range sustainment and remediation projects.

The Environmental Multiple Award Contract will primarily entail service performance at U.S. Navy and Marine Corps installations located within NAVFAC’s Southwest area of responsibility, according to a solicitation notice posted on SAM.gov.

NAVFAC plans to award task orders for services such as clearance of unexploded ordnance, disposal of potentially explosive materials and maintenance of small arms range infrastructure.

The contract will have a two-year base period and two three-year option periods. Small businesses interested in pursuing the EMAC opportunity can submit proposals through May 5.

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