American engineer Aecom has been awarded a five-year contract by the US Department of State for Diplomatic Platform Support Services, with a ceiling of $6bn.
The project involves programme management, critical item procurement, life support, logistics, operation and maintenance services and renovation work.
Aecom will work on Department of State facilities and overseas government facilities, focusing on "high-threat contingency environments".
John Vollmer, president of Aecom’s management services group, said: "This is a significant programme of work with the Department of State and expands our market share in providing logistical and mission support for many branches of the government.
"We have made significant investments in asset management solutions which are paying dividends in our growth in this market."
Karl Spinnenweber, Aecom’s executive vice president, said: "We look forward to the opportunity to deliver these key services to the Department of State, partnering with them to provide world-class support for the conduct of US foreign policy."
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