Member News November 19, 2019

ZAPATA wins $49 Million Federal A-E Services Contract

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The U.S. Army Engineering and Support, Huntsville Center (USAESCH) selected architecture-engineering firm, ZAPATA, via full and open competition, for the General A-E Services (GAES) Category 3 Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC).

Under this five-year contract, the ZAPATA-led team will provide architecture and engineering (A-E) services in support of USAESCH General Military Facilities Programs, including the following three functional areas: (1) Facility High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Studies/Effects Mitigation Design; (2) Facility Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM), and TEMPEST Analyses; and (3) Explosives and Blast Engineering, including Development of Explosive Safety Plans, Explosives Effects/Mitigation, Protective Construction, and Explosives Safety Studies/Reports.

Mr. Marty Ray, senior vice president, stated, “Throughout the past 25 years, ZAPATA has provided A-E and field services to USACE and other DoD clients on projects CONUS and OCONUS. As the Prime contractor, we have the capacity to self-perform many of the required disciplines; however, due to the highly specialized nature of this work, we have assembled a team of renowned experts to strengthen our team and deliver the best of the best to the Army for this contract.”

Headquartered in Charlotte, ZAPATA is a full-service architecture, engineering, and field services firm providing facilities, infrastructure, and energy services; as well as environmental engineering and military munitions response services to the U.S. Government and commercial clients worldwide. 

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