Akima Construction Services holds a position on a potential $200 million U.S. Army contract covering design-build and construction work on access control points.
The multiple-award, firm-fixed-price, task order contract contains a two-year base ordering period and could potentially extend to five years, Akima said Oct. 7.
Companies will compete for task orders to perform construction and installation work on roadways, traffic islands, lighting and guard booths, vehicle barriers, closed circuit television systems and electronic security systems.
Awardees are also eligible to build structures such as canopies, passive barriers, gatehouses, search areas and visitor control centers.
Task orders will cover work for federal agencies such as:
- Defense Department
- Department of Homeland Security
- Department of Veterans Affairs
- Energy Department
- Interior Department
- State Department
- Transportation Department
State and local agencies can also use the vehicle to acquire construction services.