Crews constructed the building in 1953 and the last renovation added more space in 2010, according to Wright-Patterson.
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Three bidders vied for the latest deal. An Army Corps spokeswoman said the company’s winning bid was “deemed the best value to the government,” but would not comment on other bid amounts, saying in an email it was “procurement sensitive information.”
Headquartered at Wright-Patterson, AFRL has roughly 6,200 employees at the Miami Valley base and a workforce of about 10,400 at 40 sites around the world. At Wright-Patterson, AFRL has four directorates, including aerospace systems, materials and manufacturing, sensors, and the 711th Human Performance Wing.