Cape Gets $90M Navy Contract Modification for Environmental Remediation Services

Cape Gets $90M Navy Contract Modification for Environmental Remediation Services
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Cape Environmental Management will continue to help the U.S. Navy implement remedial actions within the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific's area of responsibility under a $90M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract modification.

The Norcross, Georgia-based company will also perform expedited and emergency response, facility management, pilot and treatability studies, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The modification brings the IDIQ award's cumulative value from $95M to $185M and runs through July 2021.

Sixty-fix percent of work will occur in Hawaii and the remaining 35 percent in California, Guam, Washington and other sites throughout NAVFAC Pacific AOR.

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