J&J Worldwide Services, a government preventative maintenance support services provider, has completed transition work on a five-year task order to support U.S. Army medical treatment facilities in Europe.
The company said Tuesday it has started providing operations and maintenance services to medical treatment facilities in Germany, Belgium and Italy, including the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, under the recompete task order awarded in January.
The Army Corps of Engineers made the task order as part of a previously awarded contract to support medical facilities operated by the Army, Air Force, Navy and the Defense Health Agency within and outside the U.S.
“J&J has been providing O&M services for the RHCE since 2015. We are honored to continue our support for the DOD Defense Health Agency and the Medical Readiness Command, Europe,” said Steve Kelley, CEO and president of J&J Worldwide Services.
Austin, Texas-based J&J offers engineering, medical and health care platforms, mission support and preventative maintenance services to U.S. federal government sites.