Fri, Dec 10, 2010
Contract Covers New And Existing FAA Facilities
The FAA has signed a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) worth $271
million for design-build services at its EnRoute Facilities.
Officials of Jacobs Engineering, which won the contract,
indicated that the maximum BOA value is $271 million for the entire
performance period. The base period of performance begins the date
of agreement award and lasts through sixty months, with two
twenty-four-month options. If both options are exercised, the total
performance period is expected to be nine years.
The scope of work for the project includes design-build services
to support the FAA's National Airspace System (NAS) and Capital
Investment Plan (CIP). Design-build services for new and existing
FAA facilities include strategic facilities planning, cost
estimating, construction support, hazardous materials abatement and
The EnRoute Facilities Planning and Modernization Program
supports operations and service levels through facility life cycle
program management of the nation's 21 Air Route Traffic Control
Centers (ARTCC) and the Combined EnRoute Radar Approach Control
Facilities (CERAPs) at San Juan, Puerto Rico and Guam.
In making the announcement Tuesday, Jacobs Group Vice President
Tom McDuffie said , "Jacobs is delighted to be selected for this
significant contract. We look forward to supporting the FAA in the
design and construction of facilities that support the nation's air
traffic control system."
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