On-Call & IDIQs

Always there to answer the call

Whether the federal government, a city or county, state agency, or a private corporation, having a consultant under contract for on-call services with business negotiations in place, makes for an efficient method to accomplish projects. This is a growing trend. As a trusted advisor for this type of contract, Reid Middleton delivers.

Over a 10 year span, we have worked on more than 1,700 on-call projects. Project sizes and durations have varied from very small projects with $500 fees to leading large, multi-disciplinary projects with multi-million dollar fees. With on-call agreements, we routinely have multiple on-going projects with overlapping deadlines. Having a matrix-based organization with dozens of skilled project managers ensures that the correct staff are assigned and available for the duration of each project, project deadlines are met, and successful project outcomes are repeatedly obtained.

Our firm’s size, location, reputation, and local employee ownership allow us to be “big enough to deliver, yet small enough to care” about each project and each client.

034% of our work over last 5 years from on-call contracts

085+ multi-year on-call contracts held

A structural engineering subconsultant to Rim Architects On-Call National Parks contract, the Eielson Visitor Center is one of several projects at Denali National Park

Serving Hudson News nationwide as a structural engineering subconsultant to the prime architect

Taxiway Rehabilitation at Friday Harbor Airport, task order under an on-call contract.

Fishing Pier at Lake Terrell, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife on-call contract task order

Seismic evaluation at Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan under a NAVFAC IDIQ structural engineering contract

Missile Assemby Building 3 at Naval Base Kitsap, Bangor; a Reid Middleton prime task order under a NAVFAC NW Civil/Structural Engineering IDIQ contract