Constellis joint venture Northern New Mexico Integrated Security has won a $592 million, 5-year protective services contract with Triad National Security, LLC, the maintenance and operations provider for the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The contract was awarded on behalf of the Energy Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration, and services will begin Oct. 1.
“As a global leader providing high-end security services, N2MIS will be part of the Constellis enterprise that provides a full spectrum of turnkey security solutions to our customers,” said Terry Ryan, CEO of Constellis. “We are honored Triad has given us the opportunity to secure LANL’s mission with the Department of Energy.”
The N2MIS Joint Venture consists of Centerra Group, a Constellis company, and Tsay Construction and Services. Under the contract, N2MIS will provide protective force and training at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, working with Triad to ensure the protection of critical assets.
“We are proud to partner with Tsay to continue our work supporting the U.S. Government and the Department of Energy,” said Gerard “Jerry” Neville, president of North American operations at Constellis. “Constellis companies have supported DOE for the past six decades, and we are excited to provide a highly-trained protective force at LANL.”