The companies will compete with other firms for task orders to perform work under the five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
Technical work will support FEMA’s Public Assistance Program in U.S. states and territories.
Gary Jandegian, URS infrastructure and environment president, said this is the seventh consecutive award the company has won from FEMA.
Services will include engineering, scientific and architectural services in response to natural disasters like hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and earthquakes the companies said.
Awardees help FEMA, local and state governments and organizations assess damages following disasters to public infrastructure and emergency response service related cost.
The engineering and construction firm said it will also monitor debris removal and disposal operations.