Siemens Government Technologies has won a $14 million task order from the Army Corps of Engineers to upgrade the cooling and ventilation systems in a Defense Information Systems Agency facility at Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
The contract is part of the Utility Monitoring and Control Systems-V contract vehicle, and Siemens Government Technologies was initially selected by USACE as one of 14 firms qualified to pursue task orders under the vehicle in November 2019.
“As our customers incorporate increasingly complex technologies with unique energy needs to perform their vital national security missions, it’s imperative they have the underlying infrastructure to ensure their people and systems are able to perform at their maximum capability,” said Siemens Government Technologies President and CEO Tina Dolph.
This task order builds on a portfolio of work Siemens Government Technologies has performed across government installations, helping military service branches and federal agencies meet their infrastructure modernization and energy resiliency and efficiency goals.
“Under this newest task order, we look forward to serving the Defense Information Systems Agency with upgraded facility cooling systems to sustain their essential mission of enabling information-sharing capabilities across the full spectrum of military operations,” Dolph said.