Conti Federal Awarded Task Order Contract for Taxiway and Runway Rehabilitation in Israel

Contracts supports ongoing construction and modernization projects to support the Israel Ministry of Defense

Conti Federal Services, a leading federal construction and engineering firm specializing in military construction and critical infrastructure, has been awarded a $1.7M task order contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Middle East District to mill and pave a critical taxiway at Site 20019 in Israel.

The task order contract was awarded as part of the $50M Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) to provide real property repair and renovation for rehabilitation and establishment of runways and taxiways in Israel. Components of the MATOC include concrete pavements, site development, and site works, including all required utilities and infrastructure in support of the Israel Ministry of Defense under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) agreement with the United States Government.

“This important task order contract marks a significant milestone as it represents our first project under the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East district,” said Michael Prudente, Vice President of Business Development for Europe and the Middle East. “With over a decade of experience working in Israel, we know we’ll be able to meet the aggressive deadline and get another job done once, done right.”

The expected completion date for the task order is August 2024.

Conti Federal is currently constructing F-35 Hardened Aircraft Shelters in southern Israel and a pier for the Israeli naval bases in northern Israel. For details about Conti Federal’s ongoing work with USACE and other government agencies globally, visit