DALLAS — Schneider Electric announced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, Alabama, awarded the company an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with an estimated capacity of $2.5 billion shared among all awardees. Schneider Electric is one of 13 firms on this multiple award task order contract (MATOC). The utility monitoring and control system (UMCS) contract work will provide engineering and services necessary for the procurement of new and/or upgrades to direct digital control systems, HVAC systems, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, or other automated control systems on government facilities worldwide. It will further provide for the monitoring and control of utilities at government facilities, municipalities, and educational institutions to meet specific installation requirements.
Schneider Electric can address all aspects of building-related requirements, from planning and design to implementation, commissioning, and sustainment services, for a total integrated solution. Areas of expertise include building controls, security, SCADA, metering, fire safety, and analytics technologies for improved performance, efficiency, safety, and reliability of federal facilities.
“Government agencies need to run at maximum efficiency at all times, especially in today’s climate of rising overhead costs and limited budgets,” said Jack McCauley, director, federal business, Schneider Electric. “We’re excited to continue our partnership with the USACE UMCS program and offer our combined experience
and expertise to reduce the acquisition time for the most advanced energy management and intelligent building technologies.”
Publication date: 3/23/2015