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10 Contractors Land Spots on $300M Air Force Base Maintenance IDIQ

The Air Force Material Command has awarded 10 companies a multi-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract worth up to $300 million to maintain buildings or infrastructure assets at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia.

Under the five-year contract, contractors will compete to perform maintenance, repair, reconstruction and remediation services, the Defense Department said Tuesday. 

AFMC received 16 offers through a competitive acquisition process and the service branch will initially pay $2,000 to each awardee.

The awardees are:

  • A-Vet Roofing and Construction
  • Carolina Group Contracting
  • Charlton Enterprises
  • J.A.M. Construction Services
  • KMK
  • Mule Engineering
  • OK2 Construction
  • Semper Tek
  • VET Con Souza joint venture
  • York Brawley II JV

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