Technologists, Inc. Awarded Two New Contracts from USAID and KfW

 

July 12, 2013

Arlington, Va.

 

Two new awards to Technologists, Inc. (Ti) represent the successful implementation of the company’s strategic growth plan by diversification of client base and expansion of geographic reach. After completing close to fifty projects for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Afghanistan, Ti is proud to announce the following new contracts:

 

USAID Vertical Structures IQC for Afghanistan and Pakistan: The Perez APC-Technologists, Inc. team was awarded this indefinite quantity vehicle by USAID. The program will facilitate the design, construction and renovation of buildings, structures and associated infrastructure in Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as related capacity building, technical assistance and training.

 

Perez APC, the prime contractor, a 100% woman and minority owned, multidisciplinary firm providing a full range of architectural and planning services, will execute all design requirements. Ti, as the major subcontractor, will provide all construction services.

 

Construction of the Kunduz-Khulm National Highway (Phase 2): Upon Ti’s successful completion of 31 kilometers of highway in Phase 1 ($17.6 million), Ti has been awarded Phase 2 of construction and renovation of the Kunduz–Khulm National Highway, an additional 27 kilometers ($20.9 million) that will complete a critical, strategic transportation link as part of a broader effort to improve economic infrastructure in northern Afghanistan. The project is funded from a grant from the German Development Bank (KfW Entwicklungsbank) to the Afghan Ministry of Public Works.