The U.S. Army intends to award in May up to 10 potential five-year contracts worth $94.5M combined for master planning architect and engineering support services to support the Army Corps of Engineers Europe District's plans to construct military and other related facilities.
A FedBizOpps notice posted Friday said the military branch plans to award a minimum of three indefinite-delivery contracts for such services in support of the Army Corps of Engineers Europe District.
The firm-fixed-price contracts cover services such as Computer-Aided Design/Geographic Information Systems mapping, CAD/GIS data migration and consolidation, infrastructure assessments, installation development planning, environmental impact assessments, housing community planning and other related research work.
The contractor will perform work within European Command's area of responsibility including Belgium, France, Denmark, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Turkey, Germany, Spain and the U.K.
Responses to the solicitation are due March 25, according to the notice.