Jacobs Wins More NASA Stennis Center Facility Work; Terry Hagen Comments

Jacobs Engineering Group has won a $15 million modification to its facility operations service contract for NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Miss., the company announced Tuesday.

This modification adds facility operating services for the former Mississippi Army Ammunition Plant following a 14-month transition, including engineering services, institutional services, facilities maintenance and operations, environmental services, occupational health, logistics and maintenance.

Jacobs will also provide administrative services for the MSAAP.

“We are pleased to continue to support Stennis Space Center’s unique federal city, providing facility operation and institutional services support for our NASA customers and their government, academic and commercial tenants,” said Terry Hagen, a group vice president.

This award follows a NASA decision in August to exercise the third option period of Jacobs’ contract to help run the Stennis-based facility.

NASA has owned the 1.6-million-square-foot facility since 2011 as a result of Base Realignment and Closure Commission actions.

The space, now referred to as Area 9, is home to more than a dozen commercial and government tenants, according to the company.

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