KZF Design of Cincinnati, Ohio was chosen as one of seven independent firms to have won spots on a potential $2 billion contract vehicle to provide architectural and engineering services to the U.S. Air Force airfield infrastructure projects worldwide. Seven joint venture entities were selected as well.
KZF’s interdisciplinary professionals, including planners, civil, structural, and MEP engineers, and architects will apply their talents to projects which focus on planning, designing, inspecting and engineering runways, taxiways, aprons, landing zones and ancillary facilities across the globe. The multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the DOD has a 10-year ordering period that took effect July 30 and includes a five-year option period slated to commence on July 29, 2031.
KZF has a decades-long history of providing high-quality A/E design and construction services under a variety of Task Order contract structures for clients in both the public and private marketplace, from Federal Department of Defense branches and state/local governmental entities to colleges, universities and large corporate clients. With architecture, engineering, interiors and urban planning design experts under one roof, KZF has the capacity and agility to respond to assigned project needs with urgency and thoroughness which has resulted in highly successful projects around the world.