Contracts

Access industry expertise with federal incentives

ACP work includes design, construction, and installation of roadway and traffic islands, lighting, guard booths, canopies, active and passive barriers, gatehouses, search areas, visitor control centers, closed circuit television systems, and electronic security systems.

ACS, LLC, a small disadvantaged business, is wholly owned by an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) and is by SBA regulations always considered a small disadvantaged subcontractor, thereby allowing federal prime contractors to take small disadvantaged businesses subcontracting credit while capitalizing on ACS’ expertise, safety record, and relationships with strategic suppliers. As one of several small companies operating in different federal markets, ACS receives support from its parent company, Akima, LLC for common administrative services.  This structure allows ACS to operate as a small business especially in terms of autonomy, customer interaction, and decision making, while receiving support from an organization with more than 40 years of experience, including its people, tools, financial stability, and processes – all available to support ACS’ vital and sensitive projects.

Current ACS contracts include:

  • Aberdeen Proving Ground Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC)
  • Five year $230 million contract for design/build, construction and renovation projects at Aberdeen and Edgewood areas and satellite off-post locations.
  • Scope of work includes new construction, exterior renovations, heating and air conditioning, HVAC controls, plumbing, fire suppression, interior/exterior electrical and lighting, fire and intrusion alarms, communications, utilities, site-work, landscaping, fencing, masonry, roofing, concrete, asphalt paving, storm drainage, and environmental remediation as well as surveys, studies, and related work.
  • Army Corps of Engineers Huntsville, Alabama, MATOC
  • Five year $200 million firm-fixed-price to provide worldwide design/build and construction capabilities for access control point (ACP) construction and equipment installation.