KPH Construction offices in Grand Rapids, Michigan, were thrilled to learned the company has been awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with the GSA for three zones in the state of Michigan. The contract for repair, alteration and construction work, has four option years and could be worth more than $16 million.
KPH has had an office in Grand Rapids since 2009. Headed by Derek Roberts, Associate Vice President of Construction for KPH and a LEED Green Associate, the Grand Rapids office has grown dramatically in that time. This latest IDIQ contract is in addition to two other IDIQ contracts within Michigan awarded to KPH worth a combined $50 million over five years.
Our goal is to put hard-working Michigan subcontractors back to work.
“We’re pleased to have been awarded this IDIQ contract within the state of Michigan,” said Keith Harenda, president and CEO of KPH. “We’re committed to Michigan and the Midwest, and this contract is another demonstration that the GSA has confidence in the quality of our work and our longevity here in Michigan.” In early 2013, KPH will launch a formal recruitment effort to identify small contractors approved by the GSA or interested in applying. Added Harenda, “Our goal is to put hard-working Michigan subcontractors back to work.”