Contact: Mario Icari
Voice: (619) 532-1752
By Mario Icari, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest Public Affairs
SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest (NAVFAC) awarded an indefinite quantity architectural-engineering contract Jan. 14 to AECOM Technical Services Inc. for Navy and Marine Corps facility planning services.
"With the selection of AECOM as our new unrestricted facility planning contract, we at NAVFAC Southwest look to utilize their extensive experience to create a holistic approach to facility planning by integrating sustainable design within the context of the installation's region, districts, streets, and individual sites, while analyzing creative planning solutions to meet the war fighter mission," said Amy E. Baquial, NAVFAC Southwest Facility Planning and GIS branch manager.
AECOM Technical Services Inc.'s primary services are to provide local and regional planning, master plans and activity overview plans, recapitalization plans, land use studies; capital improvement plans; maintenance and sustainment plans; transportation plans; encroachment action plans; installation appearance plans and base exterior architecture plans; business case analysis, economic analysis and facility life cycle studies; real estate analysis and enhanced use lease studies; space management and facility utilization studies; anti-terrorism and force protection studies; sustainable design and sustainable urbanism planning; leadership in energy and environmental design (LEED) and LEED project documentation and certification; air installation and range installation compatible use zone studies; and facilitation of design, visioning, and scenario planning. AECOM Technical Services Inc.'s secondary-focused services include project planning documents, geo-spatial information, global positioning system and other services such as landscape architecture and land surveying.
The work for this contract shall predominately occur at various Navy and Marine Corps facilities and other military installations located in the NAVFAC Southwest area of responsibility: California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. The majority of work will be done in Southern California and will be accomplished primarily by AECOM's Los Angeles office. The contract amount is set not to exceed $15 million.