LGS Innovations has been awarded a 5-year, $50 million contract in support of the largest base relocation in Army history, helping to relocate and upgrade Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence infrastructure as part of a base consolidation in Korea.
LGS was awarded the Yongsan Relocation Plan Increment 3 by the U.S. Army under the General Services Administration Alliant contract, the company said. The work involves migrating assets and capabilities from the U.S. Army facilities throughout the Republic of Korea to U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys.
“This large-scale project is an extension of our 25-year footprint with the U.S. Army in the Republic of Korea,” LGS Innovations CEO Kevin Kelly said. “Recognizing the magnitude of the relocation and impact on warfighters, LGS Innovations stands ready to ensure smooth transition and improve capabilities to help the U.S Army sustain readiness and a strong posture in the country and throughout the Pacific Theater.”
LGS Innovations has been involved in the Yongsan Relocation Plan since May of 2014, helping the Army move into a less congested area of the Korean peninsula while updating its infrastructure. Under the new contract, LGS Innovations will perform program management, engineering and installation for C4I systems including inside/outside plant, voice, Voice over Internet Protocol/Unified Communications, wireless, cybersecurity information assurance, fiber-optic sensor alarms, and C4I communications infrastructure.
Headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, LGS Innovations has over 1,200 employees around the world.