The U.S. Navy awarded Multi-Media Environmental Compliance Group — a joint venture based in National City — a contract for architect-engineering services that could be worth up to $95 million over five years.
The joint venture consists of KMEA, a National City-based small business, and AMEC Foster Wheeler, a U.K.-based multinational engineering company. The joint venture was the outgrowth of a mentor-protégé relationship between the two firms. The federal government oversees such relationships.
The deal is set aside for a small business and covers environmental engineering and scientific or technical management services necessary for pollution prevention, environmental compliance, conservation or similar pursuits. Work will be performed at Navy and Marine Corps bases in six western states; the bulk of the work will be in California.
The joint venture must now wait for task orders.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest in San Diego awarded the deal, announced June 23. The Navy received proposals from four contacting teams.