Amec Foster Wheeler awarded AFCEC contract
Amec Foster Wheeler has received a contract from the US Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) to maintain and enhance air force and other US Department of Defense installations across the world, the company announced on 17 March.
The five-year contract from the AFCEC has a maximum aggregate value of $950 million for all awardees, and is estimated to reach completion by 2022.
Under the term of the contract, Amec Foster Wheeler will compete for design-build and design-bid-build task orders for new construction, renovation, site work, demolition, and emergency response in remote and challenging environments. Additional services include radiological and hazardous waste remediation, aircraft fuel storage and hydrant systems, unexploded ordnance remediation and range services.
Ann Massey, president of Amec Foster Wheeler's Environment and Infrastructure business, said: 'We are honoured to receive this contract which is a testament to our proud history of successfully delivering on AFCEC projects for more than 25 years and builds upon our strategy to increase our work with the DoD.
'We look forward to leveraging our global resources and project experience to support the AFCEC mission around the world.'
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