Constellis JV Awarded $592M Los Alamos National Lab Security Contract; Terry Ryan Quoted

Northern New Mexico Integrated Security, a joint venture that includes Constellis‘ Centerra Group subsidiary, will provide protective services to Los Alamos National Laboratory under a potential seven-year, $592 million contract.

Constellis said Monday that LANL operator Triad issued the award on behalf of the National Nuclear Security Administration and tasked the N2MIS team to secure assets at the Department of Energy-owned research lab.

“N2MIS will be part of the Constellis enterprise that provides a full spectrum of turnkey security solutions to our customers,” said Terry Ryan, CEO of Constellis and a previous Wash100 Award recipient.

Centerra Group formed the venture with Tsay Construction & Services.

The contract has a five-year base period along with a pair of one-year options and also includes force protection training work.

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