WALNUT CREEK, Calif.- - ITSI Gilbane has been awarded a $585 million Medical Repair and Renewal Multiple Award Task Order Contract in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntsville Center. This firm fixed, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract has a ceiling capacity of $585 million for one base year with four, one-year option periods for executing repair and construction services for healthcare facilities worldwide.
Under the contract, ITSI Gilbane will execute a full range of work, which will include repair, renovation, conversion, alteration, addition, construction, equipment procurement, installation, and maintenance for various healthcare clinics, facilities, and buildings.
Dr. Devandra Shukla, P.E., President of ITSI Gilbane, commented, "I am incredibly pleased that the USACE Huntsville Center has selected ITSI Gilbane for this significant IDIQ contract. ITSI Gilbane recognizes USACE as one of our most valued clients since 1994 and our team looks forward in continuing to support their Medical Facilities Repair Program. We will continue to maintain and uphold a strong dedication to our work, and successful execution of projects for all of our clients."
ITSI Gilbane provides rapid response for a complete range of healthcare repair, renewal, and Design-Build (D-B) work. Our experience with medical facilities includes engineering, testing, design, repair, and construction for the sustainment, modernization and restoration of medical and support facilities. We understand the unique requirements of medical facilities construction, including project phasing, medical staff coordination, continuous operation considerations, and complying with Life Safety Code requirements.
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