Allied Industries, a company specializing in environmental consulting and engineering and building services, declared that it has received an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ), shared-capacity government contract worth $34 million with options.
The government has solicited for over 100 bids and received only 12 qualified bids.
The contract will require Allied Industries to remove, revamp and dispose asbestos, mold and lead paint in Army establishments in parts of New Mexico and across the Texas state. The work will be carried out at various locations in El Paso County as well as in other places in Otero and Dona Ana counties located in the southern region of New Mexico. Sites such as Dona Ana Range, North MacGregor, MacGregor Missile Launch, McGregor Range, SHORAD Range, Meyer Range, Automatic Weapons Range, Range 40 through 50 and Oro Grande Camp are included.
The project will be conducted for the next five years and is anticipated to get completed on 10th January 2016.