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GoldenWolf, a provider in facilities lifecycle optimization, strategic planning, policy development, capital investment programming, construction management services, and portfolio-wide asset management, is proud to announce that it was been awarded an $840 million Medical Facilities Support Services (MFSS) contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntsville Engineering and Support Center (CEHNC). This indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) is a three-year base contract with two, 24-month options.

A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and Woman-Owned Small Business, GoldenWolf will provide general project support services, support of facility Operation and Maintenance (O&M), facility support services, project development services, quantity verification and analysis services, commissioning, occupancy support services, and facilities system support in support of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Facilities Enterprise (FE). This work will be performed within the Contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and U.S. Territories.

Under the MFSS IIIa contract, GoldenWolf can provide services including:

  • Facilities management support
  • Staff training and consultation
  • Program/project management support
  • Technical coordination support
  • Project development scheduling support
  • Management and tracking of facility O&M
  • Facility planning
  • Transition planning
  • Project tracking
  • Submittal review and contractor request for information coordination
  • Construction quality management support

“We are excited about this opportunity and ready to get to work,” said Sabrina Wolfersberger, Ph.D., president of GoldenWolf. “We have thoroughly enjoyed working with and supporting the Defense Health Agency and look forward to continuing to provide vital assistance to DHA-FE’s facilities around the world.”

In addition, the company was also recently awarded a Multiple-Award National Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for Construction Management Services, Program/Project Management Services, and Building/Lease Inspection Services by the General Services Administration (GSA), valued at approximately $200 million over the potential five-year period.

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