AECOM (NYSE: ACM) revealed on Friday that US Air Force has granted the firm a contract. The firm is required to offer planning, modeling, and production management services through the Architect-Engineer NEXT 2021 contract for infrastructure and facilities worldwide.
The multiple-award contract also includes the $2 billion program ceiling, includes a five-year base period and one five-year alternative. AECOM has convened AFCEC’s predecessor architect-engineer agreement for the last five years and was the number one supplier covering a large number of projects around the globe, plus the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado.
AECOM is striving to utilize its technical expertise on large-scale projects which include the repair, maintenance, and upgrading of robust U.S. Department of Defense service and all the essential amenities, plus military building programs and Foreign Military Sales.
The president of AECOM commented that the firm has a long history of work and also possesses technical expertise which enables the firm to offer sophisticated solutions all around the globe and also provides an opportunity for to firm to work with US Air Force. President added: “We are pleased to be able to assist the U.S. Air and Space Forces’ supremacy in the skies and space for future generations by providing a robust infrastructure constructed on the earth.”