CDM-AECOM Multimedia Joint Venture has won a potential five-year, $85 million contract to provide architectural and engineering support for the U.S. Defense Department‘s environmental compliance initiatives.
DoD said Friday the company will help prepare sustainability program studies, specifications and cost estimates for organizations within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s Atlantic area of responsibility.
The services are meant to help DoD agencies and installations comply with federal laws related to petroleum storage tank systems, waste management, drinking water supply and air emissions.
The Navy received three bids for the project and has obligated $10, 000 in fiscal 2014 contracting funds at the time of award.
Work is scheduled to be completed by September 2019.