CCI Energy and Construction Services, LLC (CCI-ECS) is one of four 8(a) companies that won a competitively- bid Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for construction and renovation/repair projects at John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, Johnson Space Center in Texas, Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.
Including contracts awarded to large businesses, service disabled veteran- owned small businesses, woman- owned small businesses, HUBZone small businesses, 8(a) participants, and other small businesses, 24 contractors including CCI-ECS will support the program. The successful proposal was the product of a collaborative effort by CCI’s proposal development a and estimating team, CCI health and safety managers, CCI construction professionals located in multiple states who led the pricing efforts for the solicitation’s four seed projects (one at each of the four NASA centers), and CCI-ECS’s design partner, Wood. According to Duncan Morrison, CCI-ECS President and CEO, “This award provides significant long-term potential benefits for CCI Energy and Construction Services, LLC, its shareholders, and its employees. CCI’s current business operations near several NASA centers will allow CCI-ECS to be competitive against the three other competitors in the awarded 8(a) pool.”