Army Corps issues $100M contract for South Korea military construction
Washington DC (SPX) Nov 26, 2018 –
Tetra Tech announced Monday that it is receiving a five year $100 million contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Far East District for architectural and engineering services in the Republic of Korea.
One of four ACE districts in it’s Pacific Ocean Division, the Far East District headquartered in Camp Humphreys, Pyeongtaek, Republic of Korea, provides infrastructure for U.S. and South Korean security interests and provide disaster mitigation construction like flood levees.
The new contract will go toward work for the Army, Air Force and other federal agencies. Work will include engineering studies, design and construction management services for new and existing structures.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the primary design and construction agency for the Pentagon in South Korea. It manages billions of dollars in construction work for the over 28,000 military personnel and civilian workers stationed in South Korea and is currently the largest construction program operated by the U.S. Army.
Recent projects include the recent construction of a large U.S. headquarters base in Pyeongtaek that cost $10.8 billion over ten years that will have more than 48,000 military and Department of Defense personnel, with dependents, stationed there.
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