Global construction and engineering firm Conti Federal Services is proud to announce the acceptance of a $400 million project with the US Federal Government in what was a highly competitive bid. The company is one of ten companies selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to set up military infrastructure in three European countries through 2027.
This Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) will provide construction, property repair and maintenance, environmental work and force protection work services to Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands in support of the Department of Defense and other federal agencies located within these regions. With an impressive roster of successful government contracts over the past 30 years, Conti Federal is ready to take on the project and plans to deliver exceptional results.
According to Conti Federal’s CEO, Peter Ceribelli, “We are honored to win this project and are committed to excellence in its execution. As we continue to broaden our relationship with USACE Europe, we are looking forward to getting another job done once and done right. Relying on our core values of collaboration and communication will ensure we realize mission success.”
Conti Federal has a track record spanning more than ten years of successfully delivering a wide variety of projects for the European district of USACE. Most recently, this included a runway and taxiway renovation in southern Israel that was completed ahead of schedule as a result of implementing Conti Federal’s proprietary Warrior Lean™ construction management system.