Parsons Corp. has been awarded a position on a $95 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity multiple-award contract by Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Atlantic.
The task order contract includes a base period of one year and four 1-year option periods and represents new work for the company.
“Supporting NAVFAC’s mission to deliver best value facilities engineering and acquisition for the Navy, Marine Corps, Unified Commanders, and Department of Defense agencies is a core capability for Parsons,” said Jon Moretta, Parsons president of engineered systems.
“We are excited to work alongside NAVFAC Atlantic and leverage our multidisciplinary expertise across master planning, sustainability, and climate change studies to deliver results for the NAVFAC and the entire Department of Defense,” Moretta added.
Parsons is one of five IDIQ contractors to provide multidiscipline architect-engineer services for preparation of Navy and Marine Corps Planning and Engineering Services on projects located primarily on the West Coast, in the Midwest and in Alaska.
The contract will focus on master planning services such as global shore infrastructure plans, regional integration plans and installation development plans. Parsons will also provide engineering services including military construction documentation, asset evaluations, basic facilities requirements development, and special studies such as sustainability and climate change plans.