Centerra to Provide Protective Force Staff for Los Alamos National Lab

operational securityFacility management services contractor Centerra Group has received a potential five-year contract from Los Alamos National Security to provide security police personnel and other protective force services support for Los Alamos National Laboratory in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

LANS awarded the contract through a competitive acquisition process, Centerra said Tuesday.

The New Mexico-based laboratory works to support the programs of the Energy Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration and is responsible for more than 1,200 DOE buildings and 11 nuclear facilities.

Centerra commenced contract work Tuesday following the completion of the transition phase.

LANS oversees the management of the national lab and is a joint venture of URS Energy and Construction, Bechtel National, Babcock & Wilcox Technical Services Group and the University of California.

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