NORWALK, CONN. — EMCOR Group has been awarded two multi-year facilities services and operation and maintenance contracts, one with the U.S. State Department and the other with a California casino.
EMCOR's Facilities Services subsidiary has been awarded a $57.2 million, five-year contract from the State Department to provide operational, maintenance and repair services for four facilities with an aggregate of 3.5 million sq. ft. in Washington, including the Harry S Truman Building.
"This contract reflects the federal government's continued mandate to manage its building operations more cost-efficiently, and the government is looking to companies like EMCOR to ensure that its spending is on target and that its facilities are being managed effectively," said Frank T. MacInnis, chairman and CEO of EMCOR.
As part of the contract with the State Department, which began June 1, EMCOR is providing building engineers, electricians, plumbers, painters and HVAC professionals, performing both scheduled and corrective mechanical, electrical and structural services.
EMCOR also announced a new $20 million operation and maintenance contract for the energy cogeneration plant for the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa in Cabazon, Calif. The 10-year contract, with two five-year renewal options, was awarded to EMCOR's Energy and Technologies subsidiary. This award is in addition to a $16 million project in which EE&T has responsibility for the design and construction of a standalone 14 mW central utility plant and combined heat and power facility supplying HVAC, hot water and electrical needs for the new, multimillion-dollar hotel/casino.