Leidos will hold industry days on June 13 and Aug. 15 in Centennial, Colorado, to discuss the National Science Foundation“™s Antarctic Infrastructure Modernization for Science program with potential subcontractors.
AIMS is a multi-phase construction program composed of three design-build projects and one design-bid-build initiative, NSF said Thursday.
NSF said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday the three DB projects include the construction of core facilities, subcontractor staging facility and mobile garage as well as optional sub-projects such as lodging and vehicle equipment operations center.
The DBB project covers modernization and expansion work on station utilities.
Leidos has begun to solicit comments on a draft solicitation for a single-award contract to update the core infrastructure of McMurdo Station in Antarctica as part of the AIMS program.
The company plans to issue a formal solicitation in October and award the contract by March 2019.
Leidos serves as the prime contractor on the NSF-run U.S. Antarctic Program and delivers logistics services to USAP through the Antarctic Support Contract.