Army Corps Enlists TAC for $80M Bid


TAC by Schneider Electric has been selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) as an approved vendor. TAC is now eligible to bid on an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract worth $80 million in first-year task potential, and carries a potential of $650 million over a five-year program.

The contract is for utility monitoring and controls systems, and encompasses a broad scope of work across USACE facilities.

TAC is one of eight vendors selected to complete the facility upgrades and improvements. Utility monitoring and controls systems cover a variety of platforms and can include energy management, supervisory control and data acquisition, fire alarm, electronic security, smoke control, power monitoring and other automated control systems.

“TAC’s previous experience with a similar contract plus our ability to bring breadth and depth as a true single-source, complete buildings solutions provider were key to landing this contract,” TAC Strategic Accounts Vice President Lonnie Laue says.

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