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.
Other projects awarded through the contract include renovations to the Missouri Veterans Home Pharmacy and the Veterans Affairs Pathology Laboratories, both located in Columbia, Mo.