DoD awards $99M contract to Jacobs/B&M JV; 75% of work in Guam and CNMI


The Department of Defense has awarded a maximum $99M contract to a joint venture between Jacobs Engineering and the B&M architecture firm. 75% of the work will be carried out on Guam and in the CNMI.

The Jacobs/B&M joint venture is based in Pasadena California.

The contract award announced on the DoD website is for architectural and engineering services at various Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and other government facilities within Naval Facilities Pacific’s area of responsibility.

Beyond the work to be done on Guam and in the CNMI, 15% will be performed in Australia; 5% in Hawaii; and another 5% will be done in Diego Garcia.

The work includes project documentation; engineering studies; specifications utilizing the Department of Defense SpecsIntact program; cost estimates utilizing the micro-computer aided cost estimating system as well as plans and specifications for design-bid-build projects.

The term of the contract is not to exceed 60 months. The work is expected to be completed by July 2025.

$10,000 in fiscal 2018 military construction funds have initially been  obligated on this award. The money will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year.

Future task orders will be primarily funded by military construction planning and design monies.

The contract was competitively bid on the Navy’s Electronic Commerce Online website.

Two proposals were received.

NAVFAC Pacific, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, awarded  the contract to  Jacobs/B&M.