NASA Adds $250 Million to Potential Value of Marshall Support Contract


WASHINGTON — NASA has added $250 million to the potential value of an engineering, sciences and technical services contract awarded to Pasadena, Calif.-based Jacobs Engineering Group in 2005.

Originally valued at $542.5 million, the contract is now worth up to $792.5 million, Jacobs announced Aug. 11. Four one-year options stand to keep Jacobs and its subcontractors supporting NASA’s Huntsville, Ala.-based Marshall Space Flight Center through October 2010.