The company said Tuesday it will support the Yokota and Misawa air bases and Camp Zama for the project, which is under a potential $99 million multi-award contract.
Jacobs will provide design, construction, programming, facility planning, inspection and other professional support over a five-year base period. Its work could extend via an option period of two years.
It intends to team up with Japanese subconsultants to ensure compliance with local regulations on topographical surveying, sub-surface investigations and hazardous materials testing and handling.
“Jacobs has completed work for Yokota Air Base and the DoD in Japan for more than 30 years,” said Tim Byers, senior vice president and general manager of Jacobs’ federal and environmental solutions business. “Continuing to bring the most innovative and resilient solutions in engineering design, consulting and advisory services, sustainability and cyber to the region supports the future missions of the Air Force and the [Department of Defense] in Japan and worldwide.”