A Job Order Contract is a competitively bid, fixed price, multi-year construction contract. These projects range from simple repairs and renovations to complete building renovations and new construction. The contract is an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract (IDIQ) for on-call construction services. The contract is awarded for a base year with option years available.
The purpose of JOC is to expedite the award of projects and minimize the acquisition lead time. Task orders are generally estimated, proposed, negotiated and issued in 3-4 weeks or less.
Other benefits include:
MAWP has efficiently produced diverse, detailed and accurate mechanical and plumbing designs and proposals in the limited time that is allowed by the JOC requirements for over 20 years. We have successfully proven that we have the knowledge and manpower not only to produce the detailed proposals but to perform the diverse work within the accelerated time frame.
Over the years we have built trust and long lasting professional relationships with Public Works personnel, Maintenance personnel, building occupants and users. We have worked closely with them to find out the users’ needs and then to see those needs are met through a successful project.
MAWP is proud to have performed the Mechanical & Plumbing design build work for each succeeding General Contractor on the Job Order Contract (JOC) at Fort Riley since its inception.
1992 – 1995
MCC Construction, completed over 100 task orders.
1995 – 1999
Yeargin/Rust Constructors, completed over 200 task orders.
1999 – 2004
Gracon Corporation, completed over 200 task orders.
2004 – 2011
All Cities Enterprises, completed over 650 task orders.
2008 – 2012
Gracon Corporation, completed 295 task orders.
2012 – 2016
Northcon Corporation, completed over 300 task orders.
2016 – Present
Olgoonik Diversified Services LLC, issued over 200 task orders to date.