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$60M at Tinker AFB for Civil-Environmental Engineeering

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The 72nd Contracting Squadron at Tinker Air Force Base awarded a $60 million multiple-vendor, indefinite delivery/ indefinite quantity contract for follow-on architect-engineer (A-E) services on their premises. Winning firms will perform Title I, Title II, and other A-E services to the base Civil Engineer’s environmental and real property sustainment, restoration, and construction programs. Primary services include: Title I: all aspects of real property facilities, infrastructure, and environmental design and activities to support those designs including value engineering and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design analysis. Title II: all aspects of construction quality assurance and oversight of environmental, facility, and infrastructure construction projects. Other A-E Services: support for base environmental restoration, conservation and planning, and environmental quality programs including compliance and pollution prevention. The winners, who will compete for individual task orders, are: * CH2M Hill, Inc. (FA8101-080D-0002, $81,781.48 committed) * Cherokee CRC (FA8101-08-D-0003, $55,146.21 committed) * Science Applications International Corporation (FA8101-08-D-0004, $32,906.06 committed) * URS Group, Inc. (FA8101-08-D-0005, $24,854.80 committed)

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