Under the task order, AECOM will provide design-build services to complete the design and facility repairs at Little Rock Air Force Base. Due to tornado damage that occurred during April 2011, repairs will be made to seven buildings, including structural metal roofing replacement, exterior finishes and siding repair, interior renovations, and mechanical and electrical repairs.
The buildings include a 150,000-square-foot aircraft hangar, logistics center, fire crash station, squadron operations facility and several aircraft maintenance facilities. The period of performance is 18 months.
The client considers the project to be a critical step in the base’s full recovery from the damage sustained during the storm.
The task order was awarded under AECOM’s indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with AFCESA to provide worldwide design-build and construction services. The contract, which was awarded during 2008 to multiple companies, has a ceiling of US$4 billion with a basic ordering period of five years plus five one-year options.
This is AECOM’s eighth task order under the contract.
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