The Atriax-ZAPATA JV, a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB), was awarded a $6 million Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for Architecture and Engineering (A-E) Design Services by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District. Work performed under this IDIQ contract supports the Civil Works Program and Military Planning and Design Program. It is for A-E services in North Carolina, Virginia, and other locations within USACE Wilmington’s area of responsibility, which includes task orders for all phases of planning, engineering, and design.
Throughout this contract, the Atriax-ZAPATA JV will serve as prime contractor responsible for design, project management, costs/schedule, quality control, safety, and subcontract management. The JV’s first task order is a design-bid-build project to renovate a rigger facility at Fort Bragg into a multi-purpose 17,298 SF Human Performance Training Center (HPTC).
Also known as THOR3 (Tactical Human Optimization Rapid Rehabilitation and Reconditioning), the HPTC’s purpose is to provide a comprehensive fitness program for soldiers that includes professional trainers, physical therapists, and nutritionists. The renovation includes structural load analysis; new flooring, HVAC, power, and communications; wall addition/subtraction and windows; equipment installation; new and/or renovated offices, conference room, exam rooms, restrooms and showers; and an updated fire alarm/mass notification system. The anticipated design completion date is May 2021.
About Atriax-ZAPATA JV
The Atriax-ZAPATA Joint Venture (JV) combines two North Carolina-based A-E firms to form a highly qualified SDVOSB JV entity. Atriax and ZAPATA have teamed on 11 IDIQ contracts and completed more than 120 task orders together since 2005.