Fluor Corporation has been selected to be part of the US Air Force Contract Augmentation Program IV (AFCAP IV) for six years.
The contract begins from October 1, 2015, the company announced Wednesday.
As one of eight companies selected for a position on the AFCAP IV contract, Fluor-AMEC II, LLC, is now eligible to compete for specific task orders with a combined value not to exceed $5 billion during the contract period of performance.
AFCAP IV task orders are intended to provide base life support services, engineering and logistics support worldwide to the Air Force and other Department of Defense and US federal agencies.
Bruce Stanski, president of Fluor’s Government Group said, “Fluor excels at delivering timely and cost-effective, integrated solutions in some of the most remote and difficult locations in the world. It is what our people do best.”
Established by the U.S. Air Force to fulfill the Department of Defense's global mission during contingency events, AFCAP provides the Air Force and other government agencies with additional capabilities to rapidly support the logistic requirements of its deployed forces through the use of civilian contractors.
Fluor has served the US Government in a variety of areas including mission support in Iraq and Afghanistan, military construction around the world, hurricane relief in the Gulf Coast, earthquake relief in the western United States and nuclear decommissioning at government-owned sites.
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