Space

August 6, 2012

NASA selects construction contracts at Stennis

NASA has selected six indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity multiple award construction contracts at the agency’s Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Miss.

The fixed price contracts consist of a performance period of five years, with a total value not to exceed $700 million.

 

The companies selected are as follows:

  • Advon Corporation, Tallahassee, Fla.
  • Birmingham Industrial Construction LLC, Birmingham, Ala.
  • Harry Pepper & Associates Inc., Jacksonville, Fla.
  • McClain Contracting Company Inc., Andalusia, Ala.
  • MOWA Development LLC, Gautier, Miss.
  • Sauer Incorporated, Jacksonville, Fla.

 

Work under the contract may include but will not be limited to maintenance, repair, alteration, mechanical, civil, electrical, heating/air conditioning, demolition, painting, earthwork, fencing, steel fabrication and or welding. Additional work also may include but will not be limited to design/build projects, as well as new construction of buildings or facilities.




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