Franklin-based Smith & Wesson Security Solutions has received a $63 million contract for security system maintenance and service from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Part of a broader $315 million order, FutureNet will provide service on access control systems, electronic security, utility monitoring and physical security for a number of Army installations in the continental United States and overseas, through the Corps' Huntsville support center.
Last summer, Smith & Wesson — which was formerly known as Universal Safety Response — was acquired by Michigan defense contractor FutureNet.
"Smith & Wesson Security Solutions' client focus, attention to detail, technical expertise, and commitment to quality has earned us a reputation as the premier provider and maintainer of physical and electronic security systems at Department of Defense and Federal Government facilities across the globe," Wesley Foss, Smith & Wesson president, said in a release. "We are extremely excited for this milestone opportunity to serve as a prime contractor for CEHNC, building on our extensive past performance at over 125 U.S. military installations worldwide. Our experienced technicians, engineers, project managers, maintenance management team, and carefully selected partners position us to compete successfully within all task order categories of this contract."