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$45.4M to IAP-Hill for Base Operations Support at Jacksonville Naval Facilities

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Jacksonville Naval Air Station(click to view full) IAP-Hill, a joint venture of IAP and CH2M Hill, in Cape Canaveral, FL received a $45.4 million modification to a previously awarded combination firm-fixed price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract (N62467-00-D-2451) for regional base operations support services at US Navy facilities in Jacksonville, Florida. The modification brings the total contract amount to $480.7 million. “A Month in the Life: Oct 2006 US Base Operating Support Contracts” covers a number of task orders issued under the contract. Under this recent contract modification, IAP-Hill will perform scheduled maintenance of base facilities, utilities, environmental, transportation, and fire alarm systems located at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Naval Station Mayport, and the surrounding region… Naval Air Station Jacksonville is the 3rd largest naval installation in the United States, notes It occupies 3,896 acres along the St. Johns River and employs more than 23,000 active duty and civilian personnel. NAS Jacksonville hosts the Patrol Wing Eleven, the southern component of the Atlantic Fleet P-3C force, and VP-30, the Fleet Replacement Squadron for that aircraft. The installation also hosts Sea Control Wing Atlantic and its 5 squadrons of S-3B aircraft, Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing Atlantic, and 5 squadrons of SH-60/HH-60 helicopters. Also located […]

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