The contract is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award. Including option periods, it covers three years. Its value, however, was not disclosed.
Jacobs Engineering said that under the contract, it is providing architectural and engineering design services to support the Defense Logistics Agency's distribution program. Work will include a range of planning services, architectural, engineering, program management, and construction management support services for the network of DLA Defense Distribution Centers.
The centers are located in the continental United States and elsewhere.
"We are delighted to continue our ongoing relationship with USACE Charleston and look forward to leveraging our experience to help the DLA design, build, and repair their facilities," said Jacobs Group Vice President Tom McDuffie.
Additional details of the award and the work to be performed were not disclosed.
Jacobs Engineering is a major provider of technical professional and construction services.
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