Huntsville Center awards Army, Air Force energy contract

Huntsville Center Public Affairs
Published June 7, 2022

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. --The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (Huntsville Center) awarded the Army Office of Energy Initiatives (OEI)/Air Force Office of Energy Assurance (OEA) Support Services (OEI OEA Support Services V) GSA task order contract for $83 million to Deloitte Consulting. The contractor will assess and define energy vulnerabilities, identify third-party funding sources, and assist the government in developing and overseeing projects (through completion) for installations. This is not a personal services contract.  The period of performance is a 12-month base period with four 12-month option periods for a total of 60-months at the Zachary Taylor Building, located in Arlington, Virginia.

Huntsville Center supports specialized missions that require unique technical/acquisition expertise in programs that are generally national or very broad in scope. The Center supports tasks not normally accomplished by a Headquarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers element; tasks that require a centralized management structure, integrated facilities or systems that cross geographic division boundaries; and tasks that require commonality, standardization, multiple-site adaption or technology transfers.

Huntsville Center's Energy Division provides an array of services including: critical energy analysis; planning and consultation; project management; acquisition support/tools; alternative financing and other services delivering cost savings to customers. 

Huntsville Center Base Operations, Environmental, and Energy Branch
475 Quality Circle, Huntsville, Al. 36802

Release no. 22-006