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US Army Corps of Engineers Seeks Facility Maintenance Services for Kuwait Military Sites

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US Army Corps of Engineers Seeks Facility Maintenance Services for Kuwait Military Sites

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is soliciting proposals for the maintenance of multiple military installations across Kuwait. 

In a request for proposals posted on SAM .gov, the USACE Transatlantic Middle East District said an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity task order will be awarded for the required services. 

The effort is divided into three requirements: general locations, Patriot sites and FLIR camera. 

General locations are the various installations across Kuwait where facility maintenance is needed, such as Camp Umm Al Roos, Abdulla Mubarak Air Base and Udairi Range.

Meanwhile, Patriot sites refer to locations associated with Kuwait Air Defense capabilities. 

FLIR camera covers the maintenance needs of FLIR systems and associated components.

All work will be performed in the Middle East for one year, with options to extend the provision of services for an additional four years.

As part of the solicitation, interested parties may participate in a scheduled site visit. Company representatives must submit their access identification documentation to be approved to enter military locations.

Proposals are due on Aug. 19.

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