$9.4M to Osborne for Indoor Firing Range Work at Fort Bragg, NC

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Airborne at Bragg(click to view full) The Osborne Co. Inc. in Eden, NC won a $9.4 million firm-fixed-price contract (W912HN-09-D-0015) that includes the design site preparation and construction of a training support center and a covered storage shed for an indoor firing range at Fort Bragg, NC. Supporting facilities include utilities, electrical service, exterior and security lighting, fire protection and alarm systems, security fencing and gates, water, gas, sewer, oil water separates, storm drainage and site improvements. Antiterrorism/force protection measures will also be included in the facility design. Fort Bragg is known as the “home of the airborne”… Tenants include XVIII Airborne Corps, the 82nd Airborne Division, US Army Special Operations Command, and the US Army Parachute Team. They are building an indoor firing range under a multiple award task order contract (MATOC) that includes multiple design/build and construction task orders. Other firms participating in this MATOC include Trend Construction, R.C. Construction, The Davis Group, Lifecycle Construction, and Jarrett Construction. Osborne will perform the work at Fort Bragg, NC with an estimated completion date of November 30/10. 6 proposals were solicited via FedBizOpps with 5 proposals received by the U.S. Army Engineer District in Savannah, GA.

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