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5 Firms Land Spots Under $200M Army Environmental Remediation, Munitions Response Contract

Five companies have been awarded spots to compete for task orders under a potential five-year, $200 million contract supporting the U.S. Army‘s Environmental Remediation Services and Military Munitions Response Program.

The selected firms are Cape Environmental ManagementEA Engineering, Science and TechnologyHydroGeoLogic and the GSINA-Gilbane and TLI-Bay West joint ventures, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

The Army will assign work locations and funds per task order.

Army Corps of Engineers sourced the awards online and received 18 proposals.

DoD said awarded companies are given up to May 22, 2023, to complete work under the contract.

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