$100M to CH2M Hill-Kleinfelder for Navy Environmental Compliance
CH2M Hill-Kleinfelder of San Diego, CA, won a maximum $100 million cost-plus-award-fee, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity architect/engineering contract for long-term environmental regulation compliance in the Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s (NAVFAC) Southwest area of responsibility (AOR). This AOR includes California (80%), Arizona (5%), Nevada (5%), Colorado (4%), New Mexico (2%), Utah (2%), and other federal and Department of Defense installations nationwide (2%). NAVFAC manages the planning, design and construction of shore facilities for U.S. Navy activities around the world.
Under the contract, CH2M Hill-Kleinfelder will provide studies, evaluations, consultation, conceptual design, value engineering, risk assessments, pilot or treatability projects, operation monitoring and optimization of environmental treatment or control systems. These services will enable the Navy and the Marine Corps to comply with Department of Defense, federal, state, local, and installation specific environment laws, regulations, and guidance.
The firm expects to complete the work by May 2014. The first task order of $1.9 million has been awarded and is due to be complete by May 2010. This contract was competitively procured via the Federal Business Opportunities and Navy Electronic Commerce Online website, with 4 proposals received by NAVFAC Southwest, based in San Diego, CA (N62473-09-D-2622).