Bechtel-Led Consortium Gets $73M Contract Modification for Arnold AFB Support Services

Bechtel-Led Consortium Gets $73M Contract Modification for Arnold AFB Support Services - top government contractors - best government contracting event

A consortium composed of Bechtel, Sierra Lobo and GP Strategies will help the U.S. Air Force manages tests and sustain facilities at Arnold AF Base in Tennessee under a $72.8M contract modification.

Bechtel-led National Aerospace Solutions will also provide support services to the Arnold Engineering Development Complex under the modification, which brings the contract's total cumulative value to $722.7M, the Department of Defense said Monday.

NAS was awarded a potential eight-year, $1.5B contract in June 2015 to help operate the installation.

Work under the modification is scheduled to finish by June 30 of this year.

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