Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Military awards $9.63 million job to LMS

[GREAT use of money when we don't even have enough for basic social services for our civilian population!  But hey, at least the bases will have almost $10 million of landscaping.]

Landscape Management Systems has been awarded a $9.63 million modification under its contract to provide ground maintenance and tree trimming services Naval Base Guam and Naval Support Activity Andersen, according to an announcement on the military’s contracting website.
The work is to be completed by November 2017.

According to the announcement, 75 percent of the work will be conducted at Naval Base Guam, and 25 percent of the work will be at Andersen Air Force Base.
The company's contract for maintenance and trimming services started Dec. 1, 2014, and included $6.54 million for the base period, with four options years, or a maximum value of $33.39 million.
Including the newly announced modification, the total cumulative contract value now will be $46.41 million, according to the military.

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