AECOM wins $25M Army Corps of Engineers environmental consulting job
- By Nick Wakeman
- Mar 15, 2017
AECOM Technical Services topped an incumbent to capture a $25 million environmental consulting services contract with the Army Corps of Engineers.
The previous holder of the contract was Battelle Memorial Institute, according to Deltek. It was worth about $18 million.
The new award calls for AECOM to help the corps New England district with environmental assessments, policy, resource management, and other responsibilities. The contract will help the Army Corps of Engineers meet requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act, the Marine Protection Research and Sanctuaries Act, the Clean Water Act, and other laws and regulations.
Some of the technical support AECOM will provide include field sampling, analysis, developing plans, wetland surveys, and conduct economic and social impact studies.
The corps received two bids for the contract, which runs through March 13, 2022.
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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.