Tetra Tech has received a multiple-award contract to provide architecture and engineering services to the US Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM).
The IMCOM is responsible for integrating and delivering base support to enable readiness for a globally responsive army.
Valued at $150m, the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract was awarded by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile District.
The comprehensive architecture and engineering services will be provided to IMCOM to support federal agencies throughout the US and its territories.
Under the five-year contract, Tetra Tech will help IMCOM in implementing the BUILDER Sustainment Management System (SMS).
The BUILDER SMS is a web-based software application that will assist engineers, technicians, and managers in making decisions about building infrastructure and maintenance.
It also provides the ability to store building information, detailed system inventories, and key infrastructure attributes such as age, material, and capacity to guide short-term and long-term work plans and investment strategies, according to Tetra Tech.
Tetra Tech chairman and CEO Dan Batrack said: “Tetra Tech’s engineers have extensive experience assessing military facility conditions, collecting data, and analysing detailed information for the US Department of Defense.
“We are pleased to continue these efforts by leveraging our knowledge of the BUILDER software to support mission readiness and building infrastructure investments for the US Army.”
The company will use BUILDER SMS to support the US Army in presenting objective and defensible facility budget forecasts to Congress.