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Dewberry to Help Manage FEMA Housing Projects Under Potential $200M Contract

Dewberry has secured a potential five-year, $200M contract to help the Federal Emergency Management Agency manage projects and oversee construction activities related to direct housing missions.

The company said it will support FEMA’s logistics management directorate in various programs including the Transportable Temporary Housing Unit.

LMD helps the agency procure goods and services for communities affected by natural disasters.

The contract has a one-year base period, followed by four option years. Work may include surveying, debris clearance, site evaluation, utility infrastructure, water distribution systems, electrical services, fencing and road work.

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