Sealaska Construction Solutions Expanding Work at Air Force Base in Montana
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Sealaska Construction Solutions, LLC (SCS) is a recent recipient of the Malmstrom Air Force Base multiple award task order contract (MATOC). One of eight awardees, SCS will compete for design-build, bid-build construction projects under the contract vehicle, which has a $90M ceiling value. Work will take place at the air base and Missile Wing at Malmstrom Air Force Base near Great Falls, Montana.
Potential services specified by task order include maintenance, repair, alteration, mechanical, electrical, heating/air conditioning, demolition, painting and earthwork. The contract base period is five years and includes a two-year option.
This is the second U.S. Air Force indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract awarded to SCS in the last year and the third contract to work on U.S. Air Force bases.
“We are excited about this new contract because we can build upon an already impressive portfolio of Air Force construction projects,” said SCS General Manager Dave McQueen.
The SCS team is also pleased with the location being in Montana.
“We’re always trying to get closer to home – closer to our shareholders and to other Sealaska companies,” said McQueen. “Many of our recent projects are on the West Coast which could mean potential opportunities to collaborate with other Sealaska companies.”
SCS is part of Sealaska’s government services group, providing building solution leadership in an open culture between clients, subcontractors and the end-user. A wholly owned company of Sealaska, SCS is certified 8(a) and Small Disadvantaged Business by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
SCS is always looking for collaborative and dynamic people on an ongoing basis. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All open positions at Sealaska are also listed on our careers page.
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