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HydroGeoLogic to Support Army’s Waster Remediation Efforts Under $95M Contract

Jeff Brody

HydroGeoLogic has won a potential $95M cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to help the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manage hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste materials as part of the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program.

USACE received two bids for the project, which covers waste remediation services at FUSRAP St. Louis sites, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

The Pentagon expects contract work to be finished by Feb. 7, 2025.

Army engineers work to protect the environment and public health through removal of low-level radioactive contaminants that resulted from early Manhattan Engineer District and Atomic Energy Commission activities.

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