Air Forces Awards $1.45 Billion in Architect-Engineering Services Contracts

The Department of the Air Force has announced two major contract awards for architect-engineering services.

The first award was to AECOM Technical Services Inc., of Los Angeles, California; Baker-Stanley-Cardno Joint Venture, of Moon Townside, Pennsylvania; OTIE-RS&H Joint Venture, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Parsons Brinkckerhoff-FSB-H&A Joint Venture, of Houston, Texas; Parsons Government Services Inc., of San Antonio, Texas; and LEIDOS Inc. (formerly SAIC), of McLean, Virginia. These contractors were awarded a $950,000,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for architect-engineering services to support military construction, military family housing, and sustainment, restoration and modernization programs worldwide. The work includes efforts to perform Title I, Title II, and other A-E services to administer, coordinate, and technically support the Air Force Civil Engineer’s MILCON, MFH (to include military housing privatization initiatives, SRM program areas, and other areas of essential support worldwide).

The second award was to Jacobs Government Services Co., of Oak Ridge, Tennessee; MWH-Cardno TEC Baker-A Joint Venture, of San Antonio, Texas; and Zapata Inc., of Charlotte, North Carolina. This award is a $500,000,000 ID/IQ for A-E services to include environmental projects consisting of planning and programming, restoration, quality (compliance and pollution prevention), and conservation as required by the Air Force Civil Engineering Center. These programs could include work in various government installations in the United States, at various overseas government locations, at government territorial possessions, at Defense Logistics Agency fuel facilities worldwide, and at other worldwide locations of interest to the government that could include contingency operation, remote, austere and/or hostile locations.

About William Van Huis

Bill Van Huis is a Senior Writer/Analyst for Wolters Kluwer Law & Business who tracks and analyzes new regulations impacting federal government contracting. He also follows court decisions involving bid protests and contract disputes. You can find his work in WK publications like Government Contract Reports and the FAR and DFARS Matrix Tools. Bill is a Certified Professional Contracts Manager, and he has a law degree from Southern Illinois University, where he graduated summa cum laude. Prior to joining WK, Bill worked both inside and outside state and local government in the areas of procurement and municipal finance. Bill also worked as a staff attorney for the Illinois Supreme Court.
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