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For Release: August 20, 1997
EG&G CHOSEN TO PROVIDE CENTER OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES TO MARSHALL CENTER
EG&G Alabama, Inc., a division of EG&G, Inc., of Cocoa, FL, has been awarded a contract by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL, to provide center operations support services for a period of up to five years, beginning Sept. 1, 1997.
If all options are exercised, the contract could be worth approximately $77.8 million. This amount does not include work that could be called for under a provision in the contract that may be used to procure additional services on an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity basis.
Services to be provided under the contract include operations, maintenance, renovations, modifications, construction, and environmental support services at the center.
The fixed-price, performance-based contract will be divided into a one-year base period and four one-year options which may be exercised at NASA's discretion.
The services to be provided are essentially a continuation of the effort currently being performed under the base maintenance mission services contract by BAMSI, of Titusville, FL. Excluded, however, are a few specific types of service which have been absorbed under other support service contracts.
Also submitting proposals were BAMSI, of Titusville, FL; BDM/Vinnell of Fairfax, VA; FKW Inc., of Oklahoma City, OK; Johnson Controls, Inc., of Cape Canaveral, FL; a joint venture between Morrison Knudsen and Call Henry, Inc., of Cocoa, FL; and Space Mark, Inc., of Colorado Springs, CO.