Conti Federal Awarded Secure Construction MATOC in Germany, Belgium, Poland, Romania, Estonia

Conti Federal was awarded a Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Europe District to provide secure facilities construction for design-build and design-bid-build construction projects in Germany, Belgium, Poland, Romania, and/or Estonia. The program has a total value of $49.9 million.

Task orders will primarily address new construction, building renovation, and associated environmental work including excavation, plumbing, demolition, electrical, structural, mechanical, and concrete work for in secure facilities.

“Conti Federal understands the drivers, mission, and requirements of high security USACE projects,” explains Conti Federal Vice President, Aldo Gonzalez. “Through our ‘one team’ approach, we will instill a culture of collaboration and communication among the entire project team – from mobilization to close out. This results in a safe, secure, and efficient project process with no compromises on mission or quality.”

Gonzalez adds that risk analysis and working alongside active, secure operations are all common challenges on secure facilities assignments. “We have the subject matter experts in-house at Conti Federal to address these challenges proactively, as well as a long history of working on secure facilities,” he notes. “Combined, this experience means USACE can be confident our project execution team will deliver the facilities to their end users with no surprises.”