American technology company Parsons has secured a multiple award task order contract from the US Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC).
The definite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract is for the refurbishment and upgrade of US Air Force bases (AFBs) worldwide.
The task order includes providing architecture engineering capabilities covering design and construction management.
With a $2bn ceiling value, the ten-year contract has a five-year base period. It also has an option for a further five years.
Parsons engineered systems market executive vice-president and general manager Chris Alexander said: “As the US Department of Defense prepares for the base of the future, we’re ready to deliver exceptional critical infrastructure expertise to modernize and sustain airforce bases around the world.
“We look forward to bringing best of market capabilities and advances in energy efficiency, climate resiliency, and application of renewable sources to maximise each installation’s potential and drive overall mission success.”
Parsons said that the Architect-Engineer (A-E) services for traditional title I, II, and other A-E services (A-E NEXT) contract is a follow-on to the Architect-Engineering 2013 (A-E13) Design and Construction Service (DCS) contract.
The company has held the contract with AFCEC for six years.
Last month, Parsons secured a five-year contract from the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Army Research Laboratory (ARL).