Redhorse wins $4M R&D contract from Army Corps

Redhorse Corp. was awarded a $4 million contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for military infrastructure and technology research and development.

Redhorse will conduct research, analysis and development of automated tools and processes, technology development and assessments, data collection, and literature searches related to military infrastructure. The company also will perform similar work related to environmental engineering and chemical and biological science.

In addition, Redhorse will work on developing contingency military infrastructure analyses, master planning, engineering, programming and numerical modeling to create support and analysis tools for military operations, and researching socio-cultural areas related to military operations and contingency basing facilities.

Army Corps of Engineers announced the contract award Sept. 1.

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