Greenville’s Fluor Federal Solutions has secured an additional $48.1 million for ongoing work on a U.S. Navy engineering facility in Florida.
In 2011, the construction engineering company secured a contract with the Navy Facilities Engineering Command Southeast to provide base support services at various installations in the greater Jacksonville, Fla., area, according to a statement from the U.S. Department of Defense.
Now the total contract value will come to $275 million.
Fluor’s work in Jacksonville includes regional base-operating support in the areas of port operations, facilities, environmental services, and support vehicles and equipment. The contract’s planned completion date is June 2018.
Brett Turner, a spokesman for Fluor Corp., said that personnel in Greenville provide home-office support for the work in Florida.
Greenville’s Fluor Federal Solutions employs about 2,400 people
The company is a division of Fluor Corp., a Texas-based company that provides engineering services, construction management, maintenance, and project leadership for governments and clients in various industries around the world.