HPM Corp. has won a potential seven-year, $152M contract from the Department of Energy to help manage the safety and health of workers at a former nuclear production complex in Washington state.
DOE said Monday the Kennewick, Wash.-based contractor will implement an occupational medical services program for the Hanford Site’s more than 9K employees.
The contract has a three-year base period that includes a 90-day transition phase, followed by a pair of two-year option periods.
The department selected the woman-owned company after a full and open competition.
HPM is also the prime contractor on the occupational health services program at NASA‘s Marshall Space Flight Center.