The indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract, which is the second from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Louisville District, will have a performance period of five years and work locations across the U.S., Woolpert said Friday.
Doug Brown, vice president and federal market director at Woolpert, noted that the joint venture showed it can perform “complex, critical projects… under accelerated scheduled” since it first won the contract in 2016.
He added that the team already created best practices in providing the AFRC with scope management, design quality and construction efforts as a longtime military contractor.
Richard Hammett, vice president of RS&H, said the reselection underscores the ability of the joint venture to deliver AFRC’s design and construction support requirements.
In June, Woolpert secured a $22 million contract from USACE’s St. Louis District for assistance in military photogrammetric mapping and data development efforts.