ARCTEC to Extend Air Force Radar O&M Support in Alaska

ARCTEC Alaska, an ASRC Federal PrimusATCO Structures and Logistics joint venture, will continue to help the U.S. Air Force manage a military radar system installed in Alaska under a $37.9 million contract modification.

The modification exercises a 12-month option under the company’s Alaska Radar System operations and maintenance contract with the service branch, the Defense Department said Friday.

ARCTEC was awarded a potential 11-year, $340 million contract by the Air Force in 2014 to support 15 radar sites that comprise ARS as well as the Regional Air Operations Center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

Work under the modification is scheduled to finish Sept. 28, 2018.

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