Whiting-Turner Contracting in Baltimore, MD won a $181 million firm-fixed-price contract for the design and construction of support facilities for a warrior transition unit (WTU) at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. The work includes the construction of a new bachelor enlisted barracks/dining/administrative facility, physical fitness center, parking garage, and restoration of National Naval Medical Center Building 17 façade.
This contract also contains 1 unexercised option, which, if exercised, would increase the contract value to $197 million. Whiting-Turner expects to complete construction by August 2011. This contract was competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online website with 13 proposals received by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington in Washington, DC (N40080-09-C-0018).
The US Department of Defense is building the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on the grounds of the National Naval Medical Center to accommodate the move of Walter Reed Army Medical Center activities in Washington, DC, to Bethesda as required by the 2005 Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) report…
Air BP, a division of BP Products North America, in Warrenville, IL won a maximum $112.1 million fixed-price-with-economic-price-adjustment, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract for fuel. There are multiple locations of performance.
There were 69 proposals originally solicited with 4 responses received by the Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) in Fort Belvoir, VA (SP0600-09-D-0510). The date of performance completion is March 31/10.
Raytheon in Goleta, CA received a $19.8 million modified contract to exercise and fund the low-rate initial production option of the ALR-69A radar warning receiver upgrade development contract. 542 CBSG/PKS at Robins Air Force Base manages the contract (F09603-01-C-0330-P00127).
The ALR-69A upgrade is also known as the precision location and identification (PLAID) system, which is being developed for aircraft to counter enemy surface-to-air missile (SAM) threats…
USAF adverse terrain forklift (click to view larger)
Caterpillar in Mossville, IL received a maximum $14 million fixed-price-with-economic-price-adjustment contract for US Air Force adverse terrain forklifts.
There were originally 3 proposals solicited with 1 response. The date of performance completion is Mar 18/10. The Defense Supply Center Philadelphia in Pennsylvania manages the contract (SPM500-01-D-0036).
The US Air Force adverse terrain forklift is able to be transported by C-130 anywhere in the world.