Tulsa-based Ross Group has won a $150 million contract to do engineering work for the Navy installations in the southwestern part of the U.S.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest was one of three firms chosen to carry out engineering, procurement and construction services. The work will be performed on military installations in the Southwest including in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico.
The contract includes a one-year period and four one-year options.
“We are honored to be selected by NAVFAC Southwest,” Ross Group CEO David Thomas said in a statement. “Over time, all infrastructure reaches the end of its useful life, and Ross Group is proud to assist NAVFAC with these projects, so that the men and women who serve our country can effectively perform their jobs.”
The Ross Group has offices also in Oklahoma City, Dallas, Houston and Nashville.
The company’s EPC division in Oklahoma City will be responsible for project executions for the projects awarded under the contract.
NAVFAC Southwest, responsible for providing infrastructure for the Navy and Marines will use the contract to construction, renovate and repair natural gas and petroleum, oils and lubricant fuels systems.