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US Army Follows USAF in Awarding Environmental Contracts

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Not to be outdone by the US Air Force’s recent environmental contracts announcement, the US Army is paying out up $945 million in environmental remediation contracts to a number of the same firms. The US Army Corps of Engineers awarded [pdf] shared-capacity indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contracts for worldwide environmental remediation services to 4 contractors. The contractors will provide the following environmental remediation services: munitions clearance programs in support of contingency operations; the Military Munitions Response Program; the Hazardous, Toxic, and Radiological Waste Program; the Chemical Warfare Material Program; and other international operations. The winners and their contract numbers are: AECOM in Long Beach, CA (W912DY-09-D-0059); CH2M Hill Constructors in Atlanta, GA (W912DY-09-D-0060); Parsons Infrastructure and Technology Group in Pasadena, CA (W912DY-09-D-0062); and URS Group in Omaha, NE (W912DY-09-D-0061). The contracts have a base period of 2 years and 3 one-year option periods for a total of 5 years. The 4 contractors will compete for task orders under the contracts. Full and open unrestricted bids were solicited with 9 bids received by Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville, AL.

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