Contract Wins: Cadmus, SAIC, CO2 Solutions
The Cadmus Group has won its third consecutive five-year contract to work with the EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds (OWOW). Under this contract, the consultancy will work with OWOW to monitor water quality, manage and display water quality information, and report on water quality conditions to the public and to Congress. Cadmus will support developing and implementing total maximum daily loads, which limit pollutant discharges to receiving waters, ensuring the use of point and nonpoint source pollution controls, developing tools for ecosystem restoration, and identifying and protecting healthy watersheds.
The US Army Environmental Command has awarded a contract to Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) to provide environmental remediation support services at Army installations nationwide. The multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a five-year base period of performance and a total contract value of $240 million for all awardees. Under the contract, SAIC will provide development of technical and regulatory solutions to address critical Army environmental cleanup issues.
Sheffield Resources has awarded a contract to Resource Development Group subsidiary Ecologia Environment to complete all biological assessments for the Thunderbird site of Sheffield Resources Mineral Sands Project on the Dampier Peninsula in western Australia. The biological assessments will include flora and fauna surveys to support Sheffield in the environmental approvals process.
Enzyme-enabled carbon capture technology company CO2 Solutions has been awarded a contract by the CO2 Capture Project (CCP) to provide certain project data and reports to CCP related to the pre-pilot phase of CO2 Solutions’ Alberta oil sands project. The value for this contract was not disclosed and will be included in CO2 Solutions’ calendar 2013 revenue. The CCP is a partnership of several major energy companies working together to advance industrial-scale CO2 capture and storage technologies. Its members include BP, Chevron, Eni, Petrobras, Shell and Suncor.
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