NASA has selected nine companies to provide architect and engineering services for the agency’s facilities in the southeastern United States. The Architect-Engineer Services for the Design and Other Professional Services Necessary to Rehabilitate, Modernize, and Develop New or Existing Infrastructure and Facilities contract is a firm-fixed price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a maximum potential value not to exceed $300 million.
The performance period begins Friday, Sept. 10, and lasts five years. The companies receiving awards are:
AECOM Technical Services Inc. of Orlando, Florida
BPRH Architects-Engineers Inc. of Melbourne, Florida
Jacobs of Arlington, Virginia
The Johnson-McAdams Firm P.A. of Greenwood, Mississippi
Jones Edmunds & Associates Inc. of Titusville, Florida
Merrick & Company of Greenwood Village, Colorado
Nelson Engineering Company of Merritt Island, Florida
RS&H Inc. of Merritt Island, Florida
TransSystem and GHD Inc. AF JV of Berkeley, California
Under the contract, companies will perform a variety of civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering services as well as architectural services for the design and other professional services necessary to rehabilitate, modernize, and develop new systems for facilities, utilities, and ground support systems.
Work may be performed at several NASA facilities, including the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida; Johnson Space Center in Houston (including the Sonny Carter Training Facility and Ellington Field); White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, New Mexico; Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama; Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans; Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; and other NASA assets, launch, and landing sites worldwide.