US-based consulting and engineering services firm, Tetra Tech has won a $500 million contract to work with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to identify and remediate toxic and radiological waste sites around the world.
The agreement covers sites outside the continental United States (OCONUS).
Tetra Tech said its scientists, engineers and geophysicists would provide technical services to address human health and environmental risks using real-time field data collection and web-accessible GIS visualisation to support engineering evaluations, sampling and analysis, and remedial or removal actions.
“Tetra Tech has supported the US Army’s environmental clean-up programs for more than two decades,” said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech CEO. “We are pleased to continue using our leading-with-science approach to support the USACE Huntsville Centre as it works to restore lands and waters to safe and productive use and improve lives in communities around the world.”