Siemens‘ federal arm has secured a seven-year, $295 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Army to provide the service branch with building automation systems and related support services.
Siemens Government Technologies, the only contract bidder, will supply the technologies and conduct equipment services including installation and maintenance activities until June 22, 2029, the Department of Defense said Monday.
The contract from Army Corps of Engineers has task orders that will determine work locations and funding.
Aside from the recent contract award, SGT has ongoing work with USACE under a $1.2 billion multiple-award contract that provides for installation of utility monitoring and control systems at military locations. The acquisition vehicle will run through Nov. 24, 2026.