The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has awarded a contract to Stantec for upcoming military projects.
Valued at $40m, the contract will include the projects that cover all across the Baltimore District area of responsibility and the broader area of USACE North Atlantic Division.
Under the five-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract, Stantec will be responsible for offering architecture, engineering and other associated services to the USACE.
However, Stantec noted that the projects that fall in the USACE Baltimore District IDIQ ‘will continue in alignment with the mission of the Department of Defense’ in the wake of Covid-19.
Currently, the company provides the new Special Operations Forces Battalion Operations Facility with services that include project management, architecture and interior design.
Additionally, it provides structural engineering, landscape architecture and land surveying. The facility is located at Humphreys Engineer Center in Virginia.
Individual work orders will define the location of each project. The orders will be awarded at a later date.
Stantec USACE account manager Will Bynum said: “Since the 1970s, we’ve supported the Army Corps of Engineers with architecture and engineering services on military and civil works projects throughout the continental US, Middle East and Europe.
“We look forward to continuing to build on our record of success in delivering high-quality projects that truly belong to the communities they serve and span the full range of multi-discipline architectural and engineering services.”
Stantec is currently under contract for several military programmes, environmental services and civil works.