Facilities management and
Jacobs/HDR Joint Venture Lands $90M NAVFAC Contract for Engineering Services
The Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command has awarded a potential $90 million architecture and engineering services contract to a joint venture between Jacobs and HDR.
Jacobs/HDR’s services will support facilities management and sustainment at NAVFAC Atlantic and Pacific facilities worldwide, DVIDS reported Monday.
The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a maximum period of performance of five years and an expected completion date of June 2026. NAVFAC had not issued any task order at the time of award.
NAVFAC serves as the Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps’ engineering command, responsible for providing facilities and expeditionary expertise to the military branches.
The command has facilities in California, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Washington, Georgia, Hawaii, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Tennessee, Texas, Naples, Italy and Washington, D.C.
Under the terms of the contract, Jacobs/HDR will perform inventory condition assessments; engineering services for priority list development; engineering studies, surveys, inspections and assessments; training material development, facility re-commissioning and retro-commissioning; and development of facilities management initiatives.
NAVFAC obligated $10,000 in fiscal 2021 Navy operation and maintenance contract funds for the IDIQ. The funding is scheduled to expire at the end of the current fiscal year.
In 2014, NAVFAC Atlantic awarded Jacobs/HDR a similar IDIQ contract with a maximum order limit of $60 million over five years.
The contract called for engineering services at facilities in the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Western Asia and other geographies.
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