NASA Awards Contract for Johnson Facilities Repair, Construction
HOUSTON - NASA has awarded a potential 10-year, $544 million contract to CSC-Applied Technology Division of Fort Worth, Texas. The contractor will support facilities operations, maintenance, repair, design and construction at NASA's Johnson Space Center.
Work will include support of facilities at Johnson and NASA facilities at the Sonny Carter Training Facility and Ellington Field in Houston. It includes support of the Mission Control Center at Johnson, center utility plants, training buildings and labs and major and minor construction work. The contractor will provide planning for major facility upgrade projects and facilities construction.
The contract includes a two-year base period valued at $102 million, followed by six one-year award-term options extending to Feb. 2016 that could add $325 million to the contract value. Two additional one-year options, extending to February 2018, could increase the value by another $117 million.
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