LMI Gets Marine Infrastructure Support Contract Modification

LMI has received potential five-year, $46 million contract modification that covers facility planning, services data management and geospatial information support for the U.S. Marine Corps‘ Infrastructure Reset Strategy.

The modification contains a one-year base period worth $12.3 million and work could extend through Oct. 22, 2022 if all options are exercised, LMI said Monday.

Work under the modification will occur at USMC bases located in North Carolina, South Carolina, Japan, Virginia, California, Arizona and Hawaii.

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