The Class III Petroleum, Oils and Lubricant Refueling and Defueling Services award has a one-year base performance period and four one-year options. Its value is $52 million.
Primus said that under the contract, in support of the U.S. Aviation Center of Excellence at Fort Rucker, it will be responsible for providing personnel, management, facilities, materials, parts, supplies, transportation and equipment to perform functions for aircraft refueling and defueling.
Bulk fuel storage facilities at the center will also be maintained under the award.
"We are excited to continue serving Fort Rucker and providing base operations support critical to ongoing mission success," said Primus Solutions President Rick Payne.
"Our experience at Fort Rucker and unwavering commitment to delivering quality services align our team with the needs of the customer and we look forward to performing this work over the next five years."
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