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Top 10 AECOM Government Contracts in 2022

AECOM is the world’s trusted infrastructure consulting firm for program and construction management. The company has provided design and engineering services to governmental or commercial clients in over 45 countries. Learn more about the top AECOM government contracts in 2022 right here.

1. USACE Awards International Remediation and Environmental Services To Five Vendors

AECOM, International Remediation and Environmental Services

  • Federal agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract type: Hybrid contract (Cost-plus-fixed-fee and firm-fixed-price)
  • Value: $500 million
  • Contract date: April 28, 2022

The U.S. Corps of Engineers Engineering and Support Center signs a multiple award task order contract (MATOC) to AECOM Technical Services and four other vendors to perform international remediation and environmental services. The estimated completion date of the project is on February 15, 2028.

The contract awards include implementing environmental law compliance measures and other support services for military munitions response, chemical warfare material, biological waste & biological warfare material, and hazardous, toxic, & radiological waste. The project also assigns the contractors to reduce the Department of Defense’s Conventional Munitions Stockpile and address munitions response concerns.

2. U.S. Navy Achieves Long-Term Environmental Action Services for NAVFAC

AECOM joint venture entities, Long-Term Environmental Action Services

  • Federal agency: U.S. Navy
  • Contract type: Cost-plus-award-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
  • Value: $400 million
  • Contract date: May 2, 2022

Resolution Consultants (an AECOM and Ensafe Inc. joint venture), is awarded comprehensive long-term environmental action services in the Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC). The contractor is responsible for providing program management and technical environmental services.

The first task order for architect-engineering services is awarded $200 million from the U.S. Navy’s environmental restoration funds for fiscal 2022. The order is awarded at the Program Management Office in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and is set for initial completion by March 2023.

The entire contract is expected for completion by May 2027, commencing in Florida, Maine, New Jersey, Indiana, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Illinois, Mississippi, Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Louisiana, and Tennessee. NAVFAC Atlantic in Norfolk, Virginia is the contracting activity for the project.

3. USACE Awards Architectural and Engineering Services in Norfolk District’s Area of Responsibility

  • Federal agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price contract
  • Value: $240 million
  • Contract date: June 22, 2022

AECOM Technical Services is one of six contractors who competed for the $240-million contract awards for architectural and engineering services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The project commences in different locations and funding varies per order, with an overall estimated completion on June 21, 2027.

The contractors offer engineering services, such as site investigation, master planning, concept design, site planning, cost estimating, and engineering and construction management. The contract awards provide support services for the construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair of military and non-military government agencies.

4. USACE Contract Awards for Design and Engineering Services for Civil Work Projects

  • Federal agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price contract
  • Value: $130 million
  • Contract date: May 4, 2022

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awards seven contractors for engineering and design services of civil projects in Jacksonville, Florida, and neighboring communities. Work locations and funding are determined for each contract. The contract awards’ estimated completion date is May 4, 2027.

The five-year contract awards AECOM-B&V Civil Works JV, Ilsi-Arcadis JV, CDM Federal Programs, SAI-WGI KV LLC, Kimley-Hanson-Bergmann JV, Stanley Consultants-Stantec JV, Genterra-Freese and Nichols Small Business Mentor-Protege JV. The contractors are selected from 26 received bids.

5. USACE Contracts Environmental Remediation Services

AECOM professional services business,  Environmental Remediation Services

  • Federal agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price contract
  • Value: $100 million
  • Contract date: August 8, 2022

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Anchorage, Alaska awards AECOM Technical Services, and four other contractors for their environmental remediation services. The contract work and funding differ per order, with an estimated completion date of August 7, 2027.

Environmental remediation services remove pollutants on site, including soil, groundwater, sediment, and surface water. These investment strategies enhance the land’s environmental state, reduce human health risks, and improve decision-making for future economic conditions to reduce political and economic risks.

6. U.S. Air Force Offers Architectural and Engineering Services for Bases in Japan

AECOM logo, Architectural and Engineering Services for Bases in Japan

  • Federal agency: U.S. Air Force
  • Contract type: Ceiling indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
  • Value: $99 million
  • Contract date: May 25, 2022

The U.S. Air Force contracted ten vendors, including AECOM, to provide architectural and engineering services for the United States Air Force and Japan’s 374th Contracting Squadron of Yokota Air Base in Tokyo. The award includes provision for Title I Design, Title II Construction Inspection, and Title III Other Professional Services for Yokota Air Base, Camp Zama, and Misawa Air Base which are all located in Japan.

Funding came from the operations and maintenance funds, obligating $2,000 per basic contract at the time of the award. The competitive acquisition contract awards are selected among 18 proposals, with an expected completion date of May 25, 2029.

7. U.S. Navy Adds Program Management and Technical Environmental Services

  • Federal agency: U.S. Navy
  • Contract type: Modification to contract
  • Value: $98 million
  • Contract date: May 12, 2022

AECOM Technical Services is awarded another contract for additional requirements of the Environmental Restoration program of the U.S. Navy. The increased contract capacity includes program management and technical environmental services. The work will be completed in Hawaii, Guam, Alaska, and other U.S. bases worldwide in February 2023.

The contract modification is part of a series of awards that was first signed on August 29, 2017. The cumulative contract face value totals $415 million. NAVFAC Pacific at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Oahu, Hawaii has been the contracting activity since the initial contract.

The Environmental Restoration Navy program reduces human health and the environmental risks from previous hazardous waste disposal operations of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. This provides instructions for human health risk assessments, ecological risk assessments, environmental data quality assurances, and other contingency plans for future operations.

8. NAVFAC Awards Multi-discipline Architectural and Engineering Services

  • Federal agency: U.S. Navy
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
  • Value: $95 million
  • Contract date: November 1, 2022

AECOM Technical Services, HDR Engineering, Michael Baker Makers Cardno NAVFAC Planning JV, Parsons Government Services, and Tetra Tech / Mason & Hanger JV are awarded a combined maximum value of $95 million for support services, and planning and engineering preparation to the Navy and Marine Corps. The work preponderance occurs in several locations worldwide and is set to complete by October 2027.

The Navy’s operation and maintenance funds for fiscal 2023 are obligated to $50,000 at the time of the award; $10,000 are given to each contractor. The vendors are procured through the System for Award Management’s website and are selected from six offers. NAVFAC in Norfolk, Virginia serves as the contracting activity for the project.

9. US Navy Signs a Deal To Refurbish Berth Project in Virginia

  • Federal agency: U.S. Navy
  • Contract type: Multiple award construction contract
  • Value: $91 million
  • Contract date: July 29, 2022

AECOM Technical Services wins an award to refurbish and repair Berths 40 and 41 at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia. The contract includes replacing structural components, such as deteriorated pile systems, cast-in-place concrete systems, pile caps, concrete beams, and fender pile systems. Work is set to complete by April 2024.

Funding comes from the Navy’s operation and maintenance contract funds for fiscal 2022, with an obligation to the total contract amount of $91 million. The contract awards are part of the Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program of the U.S. Navy. Earlier contracts for the program include a $21 billion investment plan to maintain aircraft carriers and submarines in public shipyards.

10. USACE Improves Safety Engineering and Design Services of National Dams

Aecom's national governments business, Safety Engineering and Design Services of National Dam

  • Federal agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price contract
  • Value: $90 million
  • Contract date: July 29, 2022

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracts AECOM Technical Services, Stantec Tetra Tech JV II, ABC Damn Safety JV, and Black & Veatch – GEI JV to improve the safety engineering and design services of national dams. Work locations vary per order, with the project set for completion on May 30, 2027.

The contracts are part of USACE’s Dam Safety Program that seeks to prevent risks to people, property, or the environment. It includes the inspection, monitoring, analysis, and inventory of over 700 national dams across the U.S. The program also serves as strategic value creation for future federal and state securities laws to be created regarding the dams.

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