PAE was awarded a Naval Facilities Engineering Command Far East contract to provide heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems maintenance, testing and installation services at US Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. The contract has a one-year base period of performance with three one-year options and an estimated total value of approximately $25.1 million.
PAE President and CEO John Heller said the award highlights PAE’s long-respected engineering and operations maintenance capabilities supporting US projects in Japan.
“PAE started 65 years ago by providing the US government critical services to rebuild Japan and other parts of Asia after World War II,” Heller said. “That legacy of dependable service continues today as we support the Navy at the air station in Iwakuni.”
The HVAC maintenance contract builds on major projects the PAE Design and Facility Management entity in Japan has supported as Air Station Iwakuni expanded over the past decade. Significant projects include the design of a 131,000-square-foot medical clinic, which opened in 2018, and a flight training facility, now under construction.
“The skilled team leading this effort has decades of combined experience managing design, construction, maintenance and repair programs in Japan,” said PDFM President Scott Gold. “By understanding both the technical aspects of the work and local operational and business standards, we will continue to provide the effective solutions on which PAE has built its reputation in Japan.”
On this new business contract, PAE will provide all labor, management, materials, equipment, facilities, transportation and engineering to perform HVAC system maintenance, testing, and installation services for all facilities at Air Station Iwakuni.