July 15, 2018: Joint Technical Services Contract Extended

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The Air Force Test Center Contracting Directorate announced  performance on the J-Tech execution contract as completed and Contracting terminated it for convenience as the J-Tech II contract ramped up for its execution phase.

Aecom’s wholly owned subsidiary JT4 has secured a $3.1 bllliion contract to deliver joint range technical services known as the J-Tech II to the United States Air Force.  Under the cost-plus-award-fee contract, Aecom continued to deliver operation, maintenance and sustainment services for the western test and training ranges.  Aecom Management Services Group president John C Vollmer said: “We have supported testing and training missions with a commitment to safety, innovation and operational excellence.  “Expected to be completed by April 15, 2033, work on the project was carried out at a variety of locations including the 412th Test Wing in California and the Utah Test and Training Range, the Nevada Test and Training Range, as well as the Space Test and Training Range in Colorado."

The value of the current deal and previous contracts in the services sector were added to the company’s backlog for the third quarter of the 2018 fiscal year.  Aecom chairman and chief executive officer Michael S Burke said: “We are honored to continue our relationship with the USAF and navy, serving as their primary partner for range support services."

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