Lori J. Rachul
NASA Awards a $52.3-Million Contract to a Cleveland Firm
Cleveland, OH -- The NASA Lewis Research Center has awarded Robert P. Madison International, Cleveland, Ohio, a small
disadvantaged business, a contract for engineering, construction and environmental services to be performed at the Lewis Research Center and at the Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio.
The cost-plus-award fee contract will have a phase-in period of approximately 1 month, a basic period of 2 years and three 1-year optional renewal periods. The base contract dollar amount is $14.6 million. The total contract value is estimated at $52.3 million.
The contractor will perform a variety of engineering, construction and environmental services for rehabilitation, modification and construction of research and institutional facilities and systems.
The Lewis Research Center is obligating approximately $52 million in contracts to small disadvantaged businesses from the
estimated total obligations of $655 million for fiscal year 1994.
Engineering Design Group (EDG), Tulsa, Okla., had been selected for this contract award in January 1994. The notification selecting EDG was rescinded based on a Small Business Administration, Dallas, Texas, determination that EDG exceeded the small business size
standard required by the solicitation, thereby rendering them ineligible for the contract award.
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