The Wiley|Wilson-Burns & McDonnell Joint Venture is pleased to announce it has been selected for the renewal of its 5-year, $75 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract with US Naval Facility Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Washington. The contract will be for architecture and engineering services for the design of general and administrative facilities performed through issued task orders. This Joint Venture team was awarded the predecessor IDIQ contract in 2014 and has successfully completed more than 100 task orders, including planning and design of the new Master Time Clock and Operations Facilities at the US Naval Observatory.
“We are proud of the work our JV team executed for NAVFAC Washington under the original contract,” said Victor Angell, Wiley|Wilson Senior Vice President. “We look forward to continuing to meet NAVFAC Washington’s high expectations by providing the same level of outstanding project support and A-E expertise we have demonstrated for the past five years.”
Under the direction of NAVFAC Washington, the companies will provide design services for facilities in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, area. These facilities represent a wide range of project types, from SCIF buildings and training facilities to general administrative areas and educational spaces.