Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon Inc. announced that it emerged a winner in the recompete of its engineering services subcontract at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon Inc. announced that it emerged a winner in the recompete of its engineering services subcontract at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The so-called “task order” was awarded to Oak Ridge Design Partnership, which is a joint venture of Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon and Flad Architects and Affiliated Engineers Inc.
According to info from BWSC, Flad and Affiliated Engineers are based in Madison, Wisconsin, and were subconsultants on the current subcontract at ORNL (in place since 2005).
ORNL said the new contract agreement has a base year, with four one-year options. The contract allows for support services on an as-needed basis, with a first year cap of $1.2 million and total ceiling of $6.8 million over the life of the contract.
In an e-mail response, the lab said the scope of work includes “the technical services and engineering and design services necessary to support the Facilities Development
Division in conceptual planning, programming, design for facility construction and renovation; utility infrastructure development and renovation, including conceptual and master planning and general programming support; general design engineering, start-up testing, operational commissioning and support for ongoing infrastructure projects; and other miscellaneous studies and technical activities necessary to successfully accomplish future projects.”
In a statement released by BWSC, Joe Ledford, the firm’s Knoxville office manager, said, “Our hope is that the volume of tasks awarded under the subcontract will remain high over the next two to three years.”
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Source: Frank Munger | Knoxville News Sentinel
Photo: Barge Waggoner Sumner Cannon, Inc.