On May 31, 2013, Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises (OTIE) was awarded the 5-year, $46M Range Architect-Engineer Inspection Services (RAEIS) contract by the US Air Force (USAF) Space Command to provide infrastructure design engineering, construction management/inspection, and design-build project delivery services for six USAF installations: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL; Patrick Air Force Base, FL; Jonathon Dickinson Missile Tracking Annex, FL; Malabar Missile Tracking Annex, FL; Antigua Air Station, West Indies; and Ascension Auxiliary Airfield, South Atlantic.
With over 270 personnel worldwide, OTIE will serve as prime contractor for the USAF RAEIS contract with nearly 50 engineers from three Wisconsin offices (Milwaukee, Madison, and Green Bay), as well as our Florida office, and an on-site office at Cape Canaveral. To successfully compete for and win the RAEIS contract as prime contractor, OTIE combined its engineering and construction management capabilities with an integrated team of four qualified subcontractors. As a prime contractor, OTIE has provided engineering and construction management services to the USAF to support multiple mission requirements since 1997.
Under the RAEIS contract, OTIE will provide the USAF Space Command multiple services for a wide variety of mission requirements including engineering planning and studies, engineering design and quality control, environmental compliance and permit applications, construction management/inspection, construction documentation, testing, cost estimating, cost control, life-cycle cost analysis, economic analysis, scheduling, energy management, and business plan development and analysis. Work under the RAEIS contract will involve a variety of facility types, including launch complexes and support facilities, spacecraft payload processing and support facilities, critical space-lift support facilities, administrative facilities, and related industrial and commercial facilities.
The RAEIS contract involves management and engineering for civil, environmental, mechanical, electrical, structural, architectural, corrosion, and fire protection disciplines; construction management/inspection; and design/build services that support the continuous need to repair, modify, and construct critical launch facilities, launch support facilities, utilities, and ground systems to meet both continuing and evolving mission needs.