Huntsville Center awards Ballistic Missile Defense A&E services contract

Published Jan. 17, 2020

The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville awarded B&V Special Projects Corporation, AECOM – Tetra Tech Joint Venture and Jacobs Government Services a $249 million shared indefinite delivery contract Oct. 17, 2019.

The contract supports Ballistic Missile Defense Architectural and Engineering services.

Huntsville Center is the Ballistic Missile Defense System Mandatory Center of Expertise providing standard USACE support and technical expertise to the Department of Defense’s Missile Defense Agency. Huntsville Center ensures standardization of design (where applicable), maintains technical expertise, leverages technical knowledge and assures consistency and efficiency in delivery of BMDS facilities and infrastructure.

This acquisition is used by Huntsville Center and other U.S. Army Corps of Engineers districts exclusively for the support of Missile Defense projects and requires the firms to have the capability to respond to multiple task order requests for work in diverse locations around the world.

The contractor’s work provides services to support the development and rehabilitation of facilities supporting the Ballistic Missile Defense mission. The designs require expertise in determining the facility and weapons system interface requirements and the follow-on design of radar, missile launch and tactical support facilities and required infrastructure.

The IDC’s period of performance is a five year ordering period consisting of 36 months for the base ordering period and 24 months for an optional ordering period.

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