POWER selected for $60M NAVFAC Pacific contract
HAILEY, Idaho (July 22, 2020) ‒ POWER Engineers Incorporated (POWER) was selected for a $60 million Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific on July 21, 2020
This contract is for architect-engineer services for electrical projects and the associated work at locations within NAVFAC Pacific’s operational area, otherwise known as the Indo-Pacific theater. It was awarded for a total of five years, one base year with four option years. The work under the new contract will be completed from 2020-2025.
The funds are assigned through task orders for individual projects provided for various military construction initiatives. These design-build or design-bid-build projects will include primary and secondary distribution, substations, power generation, waterfront electrical systems, telecommunications systems, tropical environments, studies, and other electrical energy-related projects throughout the region.
“POWER is now stepping up into the big leagues of federal government contracting,” said Ray Arguello, NAVFAC Program Manager. This is the biggest contract to date for POWER’s Government Services Business Unit.
Services to be provided under this contract include engineering studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, as-built drawings, and related design services. It encompasses all phases of these projects, from requirements development through the design process including programming charrettes and request for proposal preparation, to detailed design and post-construction award services.
“POWER is excited to continue our long-standing relationship with NAVFAC Pacific through this milestone contract,” said Dick Corolewski, Regional Manager of Federal Services.
POWER’s team includes 18 specialized subcontractors, most of which are small businesses located in the Indo-Pacific theater.