Collaboration in Civic Spheres

Seattle firm wins $30M fuel contract with U.S. military

by Matt Rosenberg May 29th, 2012

Seattle-based Troy Company, Inc. has won a contract worth up to $30 million to supply various types of fuel to the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force. The announcement came late last week for the bulk distributor of petroleum products. The award ceiling is $30,109,079. The black-owned business beat out 41 other bidders who responded to the request for proposals from the Defense Logistics Agency’s Fort Belvoir, Va. office. The agreement runs through June 2015; it follows a $36.6 million DOD fuel contract which Troy won in May, 2009 and which expires this June 30.

The award to Troy, located at 603 Stewart Street in downtown Seattle, was just one of three major military contracts won last week by Washington state firms. A day later, U.S. Oil Trading LLC of Tacoma bested nine competitors to win from the Defense Logistics Agency a fuel supply contract worth up to $97 million and ending January 30, 2013.

As well, in the same contracts announcement carrying news about Troy’s winning bid, the Department of Defense also revealed it had just selected the joint venture partnerships of Macnak-Sabyr from Lakewood, Wash. and Newton-Severson of Bremerton, Wash. plus Pacific Tech Construction, Inc., Kelso, Wash. to share in up to $75 million worth of building projects for U.S. Navy facilities in the Northwest.

The three Washington enterprises and three others from other states are in a pool of six that will bid on a wide assortment of projects overseen by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command of Silverdale, Wash. These will include new construction, remodeling, repair and demolition of warehouses, industrial, manufacturing, administrative and institutional properties; housing and housing offices; child care facilities; lodges, fitness and recreation centers; community centers; retail hubs and commercial properties.

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