LMI Awarded High-Value Contract with United States Marine Corps

LMI Awarded High-Value Contract with United States Marine Corps

Tysons, VA, October 23, 2017 — LMI received a $12.3 million contract modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed price contract with the U.S. Marine Corps. This contract award, with an overall value of up to $46 million with four 1-year option periods, is LMI’s largest award to date. We anticipate completing the work on October 22, 2018, but it will continue through October 22, 2022, should all options be exercised.

“This is a huge win for LMI and the team that we’ve put together to execute the work of optimizing the Marine Corps’ infrastructure inventory,” said Jim Kessler, vice president of the Materiel Management division. “This work is of increasing strategic importance in the coming years, and being able to support the Marine Corps on such a large scale is game-changing for us.”

The majority of the work includes facility planning and geospatial information and services data management support of the Marine Corps Infrastructure Reset Strategy and will take place at Marine Corps installations worldwide, including Camp Lejeune, North Carolina; Camp Pendleton, California; Camp Butler, Japan; Quantico, Virginia; Arlington, Virginia; Cherry Point, North Carolina; Beaufort, South Carolina; Iwakuni, Japan; Twentynine Palms, California; Yuma, Arizona; Marine Corps Base Hawaii; and Miramar, California.

“Receiving an award of high value and high stakes speaks significantly to our organization’s proven experience and deep knowledge with this problem set,” said Dave Zolet, president and CEO. “We look forward to serving the Marine Corps in support of its infrastructure reset strategy, and I’m proud of LMI’s ability to scale to respond to the needs of our military.”

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LMI is a consulting firm dedicated to improving the management of government. With more than 1,000 consultants, we design and implement solutions to some of the toughest problems facing government managers in logistics, information technology, and resource allocation.