Conti Federal Wins Two $50M MATOCs to Renovate Military Facilities in Israel

Contract awards come as Conti Federal celebrates 10 years of work with USACE Europe

Conti Federal Services, a leading government construction and engineering firm specializing in complex critical infrastructure, building modernization and environmental remediation projects, has secured two multiple award task order contracts (MATOC), with a $50M firm-fixed-price contract for FMS construction in North and South Israel. The contracts were won in a competitive bid.

Awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Europe, the contracts will provide real property repair and renovation, associated environmental work, force protection work and construction services in support of the Israel Ministry of Defense under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) agreement with the United States Government. Each MATOC is a three-year base agreement with two one-year options, and task orders will range from $50,000 minimum to $15M maximum.

“We’re honored that USACE continues to trust Conti Federal Services for critical facility construction and renovation work for the U.S. military,” said Conti Federal Services CEO, Peter Ceribelli. “These awards will allow us to extend our outstanding track record of service to USACE Europe and are a tribute to the great work that our Israel Team has accomplished over the last 10 years.”

Conti Federal has delivered many other military modernization projects, including several building systems projects for the Israel Ministry of Defense at its primary spaceport and one of the country’s most technologically advanced bases, and a previous MATOC project in 2015 where the company was awarded eight task orders from USACE Europe, totaling $64.5M of work.