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Haskell to Build New Headquarters for US Joint Forces Command

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The Haskell Company in Jacksonville, FL won a $11.6 million firm-fixed-price contract to design and build a headquarters building for US Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) at the Naval Support Activity in Norfolk, VA. The multi-story building will contain administrative areas, space for commercial food service vendors, open storage/secret, a sensitive compartmented information facility, conference rooms, data processing areas, storage areas, and an emergency generator. The contract contains 3 unexercised options, which, if exercised, would increase the cumulative contract value to $16.5 million. Haskell expects to complete construction by January 2011. This contract was competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online website, with 13 proposals received by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic in Norfolk, VA (N40085-09-C-5093). USJFCOM is 1 of 10 US Department of Defense (DoD) combatant commands and has several roles in transforming the US military’s capabilities… USJFCOM oversees a force of more than 1.16 million men and women, spanning USFCOM service component commands and subordinate activities. The command is comprised of active and reserve personnel from each branch of the US armed forces, civil servants and contract employees. USJFCOM’s commander oversees 4 major mission areas: * Joint Concept Development and Experimentation – Joint concept development and experimentation […]

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