Jacobs was chosen to deliver facility planning, programming, design and construction management services for the US Air Force (USAF) at Yokota Air Base, Misawa Air Base and Camp Zama in Japan.
This indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) architecture and engineering (AE) services contract has an initial five-year base period with an option to extend for another two years.
The IDIQ AE services contract, which is for the USAF 374th Airlift Wing, Yokota Air Base, Japan, comes with a shared potential ceiling of $99m across several awardees.
The services cover the complete range of Title I (design services), Title II (construction and inspection services), and Title III services (other professional services, investigation, and studies) work to support the construction and renovation of new as well as existing installations.
Jacobs, as the prime contractor, intends to provide services along with speciality sub-consultants of Japan that are aware of the requirements of the Department of Defense (Dod) and the Japanese Government regarding hazardous materials testing and handling, sub-surface investigations and topographical surveying.
Jacobs Federal & Environmental Solutions senior vice-president, general manager, and retired USAF major general Tim Byers said: “Jacobs has completed work for Yokota Air Base and the DoD in Japan for more than 30 years.
“Continuing to bring the most innovative and resilient solutions in engineering design, consulting and advisory services, sustainability, and cyber to the region supports the future missions of the Air Force and the DoD in Japan and worldwide.”
Jacobs has approximately $15bn annual revenue and about 60,000 employees. It provides a range of professional services, including consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for the government and private sector.