Center awards contract to Johnson Controls

Published Jan. 23, 2020

HUNTSVILLE, Ala -- The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity, single award task order contract Dec. 16 to Johnson Controls’ proprietary Metasys Building Automation Systems.

The contract has a capacity of $400 million and provides for the expansion and upgrades of existing Metasys Building Automation Systems including the procurement and installation of maintenance and services for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Utility Monitoring and Control Systems program. Huntsville Center is the Mandatory Center of Expertise for UMCS.

Services will be for various government buildings located inside and outside the continental United States where Metasys BAS are installed. The period of performance is a five year ordering period consisting of 36 months for the base ordering period, and two 12 months optional ordering periods.

Metasys BAS is a proprietary system providing an automated, computer-networked distributed control system to monitor the mechanical, security, fire, flood, lighting, heating/air conditioning, and ventilation systems located within government facilities.

Huntsville Center Public Affairs

Release no. 20-003