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Fuel System Maintenance & Repairs

APTIM sustains mission-critical fueling infrastructure worldwide through comprehensive maintenance, repair, and construction services that ensure safe, robust, and reliable fuel system operations.

Recurring Maintenance and Minor Repair (RMMR) Program

This comprehensive program provides vital maintenance and repair services to the U.S. government to sustain a worldwide robust fueling capability in support of federal petroleum facilities and petroleum systems. The program is divided in two distinct parts:

  • The Recurring Maintenance (RM) program provides general inspection and maintenance criteria for military land-based liquid petroleum fuel facilities. Maintenance tasks involve routine inspections, testing of petroleum fuel systems, and identifying required repairs, ensuring product quality, safe working conditions, and environmental protection. Work applies to all real property facilities used for storing, distributing, and dispensing fuels for reciprocating and jet engine aircraft, automotive fuels, lubricating oils, and diesel fuel.
  • The Minor Repair (MR) program provides corrective action of deficiencies to petroleum facilities, petroleum systems, and supporting Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) capitalized facilities as well as emergency response capability to ensure the safe and reliable accomplishment of the applicable fuels delivery mission. Minor Repair projects restore real property to such a condition that it may effectively be utilized for its designated purpose by overhaul, re-processing or replacement of constituent parts or materials that have deteriorated by action or elements or usage and that have not been corrected through maintenance.

Facilities Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) Program

This program provides design-build or design-bid-build construction of Department of Defense (DoD) fuels infrastructure worldwide. Work under this contract will primarily require construction services for cleaning, inspecting, and repairing (CIR) of existing fuel storage tanks; the repair of pipelines; and the sustainment, restoration, and modernization (SRM) of associated POL facilities and equipment.

The scope also covers surveying and repairing, or new construction of cathodic protection and corrosion control systems primarily located on fuel storage tanks and piping systems. Other services included in the scope include, but are not limited to, spill containment systems, and all ancillary and POL support facilities and structures to include emergency backup power systems, fire protection systems, and control systems.

The majority of the work to be performed under these contracts is necessary due to the age of the infrastructure, absence of maintenance, and safety/environmental regulatory compliance requirements for the imperative and successful operation of the POL facilities. The DoD petroleum infrastructure consists largely of real property facilities and supporting infrastructure which transfer, receive, store, and dispense petroleum products in support of day-to-day, training, and operational missions across the globe.

Learn more about APTIM’s entire Fuel Systems Services portfolio here.

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