IAP Worldwide Services, a managing member of IAP-ECC, has been awarded a position on the US Navy’s $900m global contingency support multiple award contract II (GCSMAC II).
The company is one of five firms granted a position on the indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity contract.
Awarded by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the GCSMAC II has a base period and seven additional optional years.
Work under the contract is expected to be completed by September 2024.
IAP Worldwide Services CEO and director Doug Kitani said: “IAP is proud to continue to serve our customers around the world who rely on us to deliver ingenious solutions to their most demanding challenges.
“Our selection to support the US Navy’s Global Contingency Services is in keeping with the high standard and expertise to make our customers’ mission our mission.”
Under the contract, IAP will provide the navy with facility support services, along with incidental construction to aid with natural disaster relief, humanitarian efforts, a full range of military actions, and the required breaks in service Across the world.
IAP Worldwide Services operations vice-president Rick Nohmer said: “As a current incumbent for the navy under the predecessor GCSMAC I, we are currently executing task orders globally in support of NAVFAC.
“The IAP-ECC Team, a joint venture, is pleased to continue providing critical infrastructure support operations and maintenance, and contingency services for the navy.”
Kellogg Brown & Root Services, Vectrus System, Fluor Intercontinental, and AECOM Technical Services are the other awardees of the contract.
In 2014, IAP was awarded a $63m contract by the US Navy to continue providing base operating support services at the Naval Air Station (NAS) in Patuxent, Maryland, US.