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AECOM Joint Venture to Provide Architecture, Engineering Services to NAVFAC

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AECOM Joint Venture to Provide Architecture, Engineering Services to NAVFAC

California-headquartered AECOM announced that its joint venture with Michael Baker International has been awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide architecture and engineering services supporting the compliance programs of the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command. Under the five-year contract with a $75-million ceiling, the joint venture is expected to deliver a wide array of services, AECOM said Thursday.

In a statement, the American multinational engineering firm said that services the joint venture will deliver under the deal include studies, plans, specifications, designs, reports and cost estimates for Navy, Marine Corps and Department of Defense installations as well as federal agencies. These efforts as a whole will advance NAVFAC’s environmental program and its mission to provide high-quality, timely, cost-effective and efficient solutions through conserving, protecting and restoring the environment and natural and cultural resources for future generations, AECOM added.

Karl Jensen, executive vice president of AECOM’s National Governments business, said the contract will give the company’s technical experts an opportunity to demonstrate a firmwide commitment to environmental, social and governance priorities.

AECOM said that the contract encompasses the engineering units in four facilities including NAVFAC Washington, NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic, NAVFAC Southeast and NAVFAC Europe Africa Central. It was explained that the NAVFAC manages the planning, design, construction, contingency engineering, environmental, and public works support for U.S. Navy shore facilities around the world.

In December, the Baker-AECOM joint venture won a five-year, $75 million contract to provide architect-engineering services to support environmental compliance programs at the Navy and the Department of Defense. The IDIQ contract included a $6.2 million initial task order to support fuel facilities managed by the Defense Logistics Agency’s energy unit.

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