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US NAVFAC Issues $1.0B Global Construction Contract

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The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic in Norfolk, VA has issued a set of cost-reimbursable plus award-fee, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contracts for global contingency construction. Work to be performed provides for supervision, equipment, materials, labor, travel and all means necessary to provide an immediate response for civilian construction contract capability on behalf of the Navy or other government agencies acting through the Navy. These construction and related engineering services could be in response to natural disasters, humanitarian assistance, conflict, or projects with similar characteristics, including occasional projects to ensure readiness to perform during emergency situations and military exercises. The scope includes the capability to provide general mobilization services for personnel, equipment and material in support of Naval Construction Forces (NCF) mobilization efforts and similar mobilization effort, and to set up and operate Material Liaison Office at a deployed site in support of NCF operations. The total aggregate contract amount for a base year and four option years is not to exceed $1 billion, with a guaranteed minimum of $100,000 to each contractor. Work will be performed worldwide, and the expected date of completion is August 2007 (August 2011 with options). Contract funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal […]

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