Cardno JV secures $95m master planning contract from US Navy


Cardno, in a joint venture with AECOM and Michael Baker, has secured a $95m master planning contract from the US Navy and Marine Corps.

The contract includes services for preparing the planning and engineering services for works to be located on the US east coast but also worldwide. The contract will extend for five years and is expected to be completed by May 2025.

The work to be performed includes a variety of planning under which global shore infrastructure plans, installation development plans, regional integration plans, functional plans, maintenance and sustainment plans, integrated product support plans, encroachment action plans, family housing and bachelor quarters comprehensive neighbourhood plans, activity overview plans, and installation appearance plans need to be developed.

The joint venture between Cardno, AECOM and Michael Baker will prepare project planning documents for preparing military construction project planning documentation, preparing construction cost estimates, preliminary and parametric cost estimates and siting-land use studies/analyses, special site approvals, economic analyses, evaluation of assets, basic facility requirements documentation, facilities planning documents, preliminary hazard analyses and lists, and sustainable design studies

Under the contract, various studies related to master planning including concept, special planning, business case analysis, traffic/parking/movement, facility planning, feasibility and safety, will also be undertaken.

In April, Cardno was selected by the US Air Force Europe 764th Specialized Contracting Squadron as one of the six consulting firms for the Environmental Services Contract II (ESC II).

The contract is valued at $90m, with a base period of 10 years.

Scope of the ESC II includes environmental services within United States European Command and United States Africa Command Areas of Operation.

The broad range of activities to be done by the company include environmental compliance and environmental impact analysis services, along with environmental construction, repair and demolition work to include remediation, restoration, and abatement.


Cardno wins contract from US Navy and Marine Corps. (Credit: Cardno Limited.)

With 11 websites and newsletters covering all the key areas within the construction industry, World Construction Industry Network is the leading global construction information resource. READ ABOUT US



World Construction Network | is a product of GlobalData. Copyright © 2020 GlobalData. All rights reserved.