IAP Wins MATOC to Support Medical Facility Transitions
Cape Canaveral, FL – IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. is one of five companies selected by the Army Corps of Engineers to compete for task orders under the Medical Command (MEDCOM) Initial Outfitting and Transition contracting vehicle.
MEDCOM Initial Outfitting and Transition is a multiple award task order/indefinite-award-indefinite-delivery contract administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. This contract will be used to support development of new installations that range from troop medical and dental facilities to large inpatient hospitals for Army MEDCOM’s Health Facilities Planning Agency.
IAP will compete for task orders against four other companies to win portions of the overall contract, which has a maximum value of $409 million over four years.
“At IAP, nothing makes us prouder than supporting the individuals and their families who have sacrificed so much for their country.” Laura Mitchell, IAP Vice President of Professional and Technical Services, said. “This is a wonderful opportunity for us to reduce the Army’s burden of outfitting an unprecedented influx of medical construction projects by providing turnkey transition assistance.”
The contract will include project management, transition services, planning, and purchasing services. Other services within the contract include relocation, installation, inspection and maintenance of technical equipment, among other services. “We are committed to military medical professionals and those they serve, and we believe they should have medical facilities with state-of–the-art technologies in settings that are beautiful and encourage wellness” said Flory Valley, IAP Director of Health Services.
This contract is a continuation of IAP’s growing history of healthcare facility support. Previously, an IAP team in Kandahar, Afghanistan supported the initial outfitting and transition of the Role III Medical Facility, which is NATO’s largest permanent medical treatment center, and will provide ongoing maintenance there. Since 2007, IAP has provided maintenance and staffing in support of the military’s mission at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, including support for the Base Realignment and Closure initiative.
IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. is a leading international contractor providing global mission support for commercial industries, the Department of Defense and other U.S. government agencies. The company operates in three lines of business: Global Operations and Logistics, Base Operations Support Services, and Professional and Technical Services.
IAP’s corporate headquarters is located in Cape Canaveral, Florida, and the company employs approximately 7,000 people at more than 100 locations worldwide. IAP’s website can be accessed at www.iapws.com.