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The National Guard Bureau has selected Jensen Hughes as one of four companies for fire suppression design task orders on a five-year, $150 million Architect-Engineer services contract supporting every State, the Territories of Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the District of Columbia.

The National Guard Bureau’s Directorate of Acquisitions, Operational Contracting Division, is the contracting activity, with work locations and funding to be determined with each order and supports both the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard.

The operational contracting division within the National Guard Bureau’s directorate of acquisitions is the contracting activity and received 10 offers for the firm-fixed-price contract through an online solicitation, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The awardees are HDR Engineering, Pond & Co., Jensen Hughes and Burns & McDonnell Engineering.

The government will obligate funds and determine work locations upon award of each task order.

Contract work is expected to conclude on July 19, 2029.

As originally written HERE.

The Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center proudly supports tenants like Jensen Hughes who make a difference. Congratulations to the Jensen Hughes team!

About Jensen Hughes:


The company was launched in 2014 through the historic merger of Hughes Associates and Rolf Jensen & Associates (RJA), two of the most experienced and respected fire protection engineering companies at the time.

Since then, we have gained market leadership in nuclear risk consulting and established commanding positions in areas like forensic engineering, security risk consulting and emergency management.

Over the past 22 years, our integration of more than 30 privately held engineering and consulting firms has dramatically expanded our global footprint, giving us a powerful market presence ten times larger than our nearest competitor in some of our markets and extending our historical lineage back to 1939.