Jacobs Engineering Group will continue to help NASA operate the space agency’s research facility in Hampton, Va., under a one-year, $46M contract extension.
The company said Wednesday it will perform design engineering work at the Langley Research Center and manage projects, construction, assets and configuration tasks for laboratories, test equipment, wind tunnels and specialized instruments.
Steve Arnette, senior vice president of Jacobs’ aerospace, technology, environmental and nuclear business, said the extended contract will allow the company to support for the agency’s aeronautics, exploration, space technology and Earth science programs.
Work commenced in October and will continue through September 2019.
Jacobs noted the one-year extension brings the contract’s total potential value to $214M.