Vectrus to provide support services at US Navy facility in Cuba

6 October 2020 (Last Updated October 12th, 2020 16:52)

Vectrus Systems has received a $196m contract to continue providing base operations support services at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay (NSGB) in Cuba.

Vectrus to provide support services at US Navy facility in Cuba
The Arleigh-Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS William P. Lawrence (DDG 110) enters Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba during a brief stop for fuel and provisions. Credit: US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Maria G. Llanos.

Vectrus Systems has received a $196m contract to continue providing base operations support services at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay (NSGB) in Cuba.

The firm-fixed-price contract for the US Navy is valid until November 2025, inclusive of the option period.

Vectrus will offer various base operations support services, such as family housing, facility management, facility investment, custodial and pest control.

The company will also provide integrated solid waste management, grounds maintenance and landscaping, utilities management, electrical, wastewater, water, and base support vehicles and equipment.

Vectrus president and CEO Chuck Prow: “We look forward to continuing to provide our Navy client at NSGB with converged infrastructure and innovative facility management solutions under a new long-term contract.

“We believe our prior investment into the original two-year outcome-based contract positioned Vectrus well for the recompete and will ultimately lead to even better client outcomes over the new five-year period of performance.

“The original two-year NSGB award in late 2018 was an important strategic win for Vectrus that kicked off our navy growth campaign.”

In May, Vectrus secured a contract to provide base operations support services at Naval Support Facility Deveselu in Romania.

The company previously won a $210m contract to provide base operations support at Isa Air Base in Bahrain and a $45m contract to provide support the US Navy’s Aegis Ashore Missile Defense Facility in Romania.

Through its new joint venture, the company also won two contracts with a total value of $350m.