ICF International has won two contracts with Environmental Protection Agency worth up to $31 million combined to analyze laboratory data for an air monitoring quality assurance program.
One potential $11 million contract represents a new win and the other potential $20 million contract was awarded as a re-compete, ICF said Monday.
Both contracts contain three base years, two option year and two award term years.
“ICF is very proud to have supported the EPA Region 9 laboratory for more than 20 years and now also to be supporting the EPA’s Region 3 laboratory,” said Mark Lee, an ICF vice president.
The company will also review analytical data for the EPA’s Superfund program and be responsible for general laboratory support.