NAVFAC Beefs Up U.S. Navy Environmental Regs Compliance

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As part of its six-year strategic plan [PDF], the U.S. Naval Engineering Facilities Command (NAVFAC) has undertaken a comprehensive effort to improve the Navy’s compliance with environmental regulations at ashore facilties. In coordination with the Commmander Navy Installations Command (CNIC), Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Fleet Readiness and Logistics (OPNAV N4), and the Fleet Readiness Enterprise, NAVFAC is implementing an integrated Navy model for all ashore environmental compliance and product/service delivery. As part of this effort, NAVFAC has recently awarded contracts to consulting companies to support its environmental compliance work. DID has more on these NAVFAC contracts… Here is a list of recent NAVFAC contracts for environmental compliance work. June 08/09: EDAW of San Diego, CA won a firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity architect/ engineering contract (N62473-09-D-2602), worth up to $20 million, for preparation of Navy and Marine Corps environmental planning documentation for the NAVFAC Southwest area of responsibility (AOR). EDAW will provide National Environmental Policy Act documents such as categorical exclusions, environmental assessments, environmental impact statements, as well as other environmental studies and documents. May 22/09: NAVFAC awarded a 5-year indefinite deliver/ indefinite quantity contract (N44255-09-D-4001) contract worth up to $45 million to URS Corp. in San Francisco, CA to […]

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