London, UK,

Amec Foster Wheeler joint venture wins contract to help assess U.S. Marine Corps facilities

  • Strengthens position in asset management service line
  • Five year contract

Amec Foster Wheeler and its joint venture partner announce today the award of an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) architect-engineering contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), Southwest to assess U.S. Marine Corps facilities with web-based building inspection software.

The five year firm-fixed-price contract has a maximum value of US$30 million and is estimated to reach completion by 2021.

The scope is for facility sustainment programme support, including building condition assessments of Marine Corps facilities at USMC buildings located in California, Arizona, Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Hawaii and Japan using the Department of Defense’s BUILDER™ Sustainment Management System.

Ann Massey, President, Environment & Infrastructure Americas
We are honored to be selected for this contract and look forward to building upon our 20+ years of support for NAVFAC across the globe. This award is pivotal in strengthening our position to service and manage our customers' assets.
Ann Massey, President, Environment & Infrastructure Americas
Notes to editors

Amec Foster Wheeler ( designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets for its customers across the global energy and related sectors.


Employing around 40,000 people in more than 55 countries and with 2015 revenues of £5.5 billion, the company operates across the oil and gas industry – from production through to refining, processing and distribution of derivative products – and in the mining, clean energy, power generation, pharma, environment and infrastructure markets.


Amec Foster Wheeler offers full life-cycle services to offshore and onshore oil and gas projects (conventional and unconventional, upstream, midstream and downstream) for greenfield, brownfield and asset support projects, plus leading refining technology.


Amec Foster Wheeler shares are publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange and its American Depositary Shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Both trade under the ticker AMFW.


Cardno - Amec Foster Wheeler is an unincorporated 60/40 joint venture.



Cardno is a recognised leader on the local market. The driving force behind our reputation is our employees, who have invested a lot of energy in the development of our business. We place primary importance on the personal and professional development of each of them, and we try to give our employees every opportunity to better themselves.



Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest (NAVFAC Southwest) is one of ten facilities engineering commands (FECs) in NAVFAC. Our command is comprised of over 3,200 Federal employees (civil service, officers, and enlisted).NAVFAC Southwest is responsible for the public works, planning, engineering/design, construction, real estate, environmental services, and acquisition / disposal of facilities and real estate in a six state area on the West Coast. NAVFAC Southwest contracts with commercial businesses to produce and deliver construction for the military such as housing, piers, airfields and hospitals to name a few. The command also provides public works services such as transportation, maintenance, utilities/energy delivery, facilities management and base operations support to the Navy and Marine Corps Installations within its geographic area of responsibility as well as support to other federal agencies in California.


BUILDER™ SMS uses information about the condition, functionality, and service life of all facility components (lights, floors, roofing, electrical, HVAC, etc.) to create models for capital and maintenance cost projections from which the DoD can develop short- and long-term plans to manage its budget constraints with sound strategic investments in building assets for sustainment, restoration, and modernization decisions.



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