The Naval Facility Engineering Command’s southern division has awarded four indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity, multiple-award construction contracts with a total value of $350 million for the cleanup of Pensacola Naval Air Station and its outlying airfields. Hurricane Ivan damaged the areas in September as it made landfall in the Florida Panhandle. Cleanup is expected to take three years, and each contract is for one year with two one-year extensions. Contracts were awarded to KBR’s government and infrastructure division, Arlington, Va.; Sauer Inc., Jacksonville, Fla.; Ellis Environmental Group, Newberry, Fla.; and CH2M Hill, Englewood, Colo. Each task order will be competed individually, and expected to be between $3 million and $15 million. KBR, which began working at the site just after Ivan struck under a rapid response Construction Capability Contract, was issued the initial task order under the new construction contracts.