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Offline greatFox

Hey all,

Just curious to see what contractor ended up with the Oak Ridge work that was posted here under several contractors.  I know it wasn't Bartlett because I went with them and they didn't get it.  As far as I could tell it was just luck of the draw if you got it or not.  Bartlett was the first to post the job so I went with them, but maybe I should have waited for another contractor...

Thanks

--Todd


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Re: So what contractor ended up getting the Oak Ridge work?
« Reply #1 on: Dec 01, 2013, 07:12 »
Just curious to see what contractor ended up with the Oak Ridge work that was posted here under several contractors.  I know it wasn't Bartlett because I went with them and they didn't get it.  As far as I could tell it was just luck of the draw if you got it or not.  Bartlett was the first to post the job so I went with them, but maybe I should have waited for another contractor...

Since you don't mention what contract specifically, I will have to guess.  I believe you are referring to the UT-Battelle/ORNL contract.  The answer  is "The wining vendor rolled over the incumbent candidates." -- So, unless you were already there, it didn't matter who 'won'.  The subcontract was awarded to Spectra Tech, Inc.

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Re: So what contractor ended up getting the Oak Ridge work?
« Reply #2 on: Dec 03, 2013, 10:56 »
Spectra Tech was awarded the contract.  Basically there were several (11) incumbent RCT positions that were rolled into a single contract instead of Spectra Tech, LSI, and ?.  Easier for UT-B to manage.  No new jobs were created.
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