Arcadis wins $30 million contract with US Army Corps of Engineers

12 December 2016 Consultancy.uk

Arcadis has won three framework contracts for environmental and remediation services to the Europe District of the US Army Corps of Engineers. The three-year deal is valued at $30 million.

The Europe District of the US Army Corps of Engineers has been supporting the US Army, the Air Force, foreign governments and other agencies with a range of engineering, construction, stability operations, and environmental management services and products. The organisation has a more than 50-year history and is headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany.

The deal sees Arcadis take on work related to three framework contracts offered by the US Army Corps of Engineers. The contracts see the firm deliver remediation and environmental services to US Army Corps of Engineers sites in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland. The contracts have a total value of around $30 million over a period of three years.

Arcadis wins contract with Europe District of the US Army Corps of Engineers

In addition, the firm has landed two axillary contracts, one sees the firm deliver environmental services to the US Air Force Base Spangdahlem, as well being hired by the German Construction Agency to provide US LEED Green Building Certification for a recent renovation at a Landstuhl-based US dental clinic in Germany. The firm will also provide remediation services for the US Army Corps of Engineers Europe District related to all Base and Option Tasks at Grafenwöhr, Germany.

Mark Fenner, Global Director Environment at Arcadis comments that the firm is “delighted” about the appointed to the set of frameworks and to help support the US Army Corp of Engineers with their important work. He adds, “This further expands on our longstanding relationship with the U.S. Department of Defense, and we look forward to working with them over the course of these contracts and beyond. The appointment is also a testament to our specialised expertise in environmental remediation, site assessments, brownfields and hydrogeology across the globe."

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