Burns & McDonnell has received seven contracts of undisclosed value to perform engineering, architectural, fire protection, commissioning and environmental services for various Army Corps of Engineers districts.
The company said Monday it will carry out services to assist in the construction of a joint operations mission planning center at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois as part of a contract from the Louisville District. In addition, a separate contract from the district will require Burns & McDonnell to support various U.S. Air Force, Army and government projects.
The five remaining contracts will cover a range of sustainment, telecommunications, project management and force protection services within USACE’s Honolulu, Kansas City, Omaha, New England and Fort Worth districts.
Burns & McDonnell’s contracts represent a continuation of the company’s five-decade partnership with USACE and bring the cumulative amount of active contracts with the military service command to 14.