Oculus wins upgrade contract with 3 VA Medical Centers
Oculus Inc. is in the midst of an open-ended contract with the Heartland Network of the Veterans Affairs Medical Centers to upgrade and renovate three centers in Missouri. The indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract could be worth up to $2.25 million.
Oculus President Lisa Bell-Reim, who founded the firm in 1994, said the contract has boosted the firm’s presence in the health-care field. Oculus saw revenue of $5.4 million last year, up from $4 million in 2006.
As part of the contract, Oculus created the design of the new PET-CT Unit at the John Cochran Medical Center in Midtown. The $1.1 million PET-CT Unit, the first to be installed at a VA center in St. Louis, is scheduled to be completed this fall.