Stanley Baker Hill awarded $1.2 billion construction management contract for Iraq
US-based Stanley Baker Hill has been awarded a contract by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Programs Center (TAC), to provide construction management services to assist the Coalition Provisional Authority Program Management Office (PMO) in the reconstruction of Iraq.
Stanley Baker Hill will provide construction management support for activities being performed for the PMO. Stanley Baker Hill is a joint venture company of Stanley Consultants, Michael Baker Jr. and Hill International.
The base term of this indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract is one year, with four additional one-year option periods. The maximum value of the joint venture's contract is up to $300 million for the base year, $300 million for the first option year, and $200 million for each of the three subsequent option years, for a total maximum contract value of $1.2 billion over a five-year period. The work will be issued by task order, reported a press release.
Construction management services required may include quality assurance support and various ancillary functions associated with the management of large construction projects. It is anticipated that construction projects being supported by these services will include major military construction, as well as infrastructure rehabilitation and reconstruction on a variety of projects in the electricity, oil, public works/water, security/justice, transportation/communications and buildings/health sectors. — (menareport.com)
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