NASA this week awarded two architectural design contracts for work aimed at building or modifying facilities or infrastructure at Kennedy Space Center.
Hunton Brady Architects PA of Orlando won a five-year contract to provide design, engineering and other professional services required to develop a new Central Campus Complex. The complex will house work previously done at a variety of facilities that are to be torn down.
The contract could be worth up to $25 million.
Meanwhile, FIGG Bridge Engineers Inc. of Tallahassee won a five-year contract to provide design, engineering and other professional services required to rehabilitate or replace bridges at KSC.
The maximum value of the contract is $30 million.