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Parsons joins $160M Huntsville Center contract

CENTREVILLE, Va. — Parsons has been selected for a position on a $160 million contract by the Army Corps of Engineers Engineering and Support Center Huntsville.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity, multiple award contract is to modernize Department of Defense facilities and infrastructure. It includes a base period of two years and a 36-month option period.

“We’re proud to continue building on our long-standing history of helping the federal government meet their infrastructure needs worldwide,” said Jon Moretta, president, Engineered Systems for Parsons. “From planning and design to delivery, our team’s deep domain expertise and resources make Parsons a trusted partner to the USACE in delivering proven architectural-engineering services that advance infrastructure solutions for the DoD.”

The Huntsville Center supports all Corps of Engineers divisions and districts worldwide with technical expertise, global engineering solutions, and cutting-edge innovations.

Parsons, which has decades of experience supporting USACE, will compete for task orders to provide planning, programming, and management services for military construction projects.

This is the third consecutive, five-year IDIQ planning and programming contract awarded to Parsons by the Huntsville Center.

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