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Tetra Tech wins $500M Army Corps of Engineers Huntsville Center environmental contract

HUNTSVILLE – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntsville Center has awarded Tetra Tech a $500 million international environmental services contract. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity, multiple-award contract will provide comprehensive environmental remediation services outside the contiguous United States.

Tetra Tech, a California-based consulting and engineering services firm with offices in Huntsville, will work with the Huntsville Center to identify, recover, and remediate hazardous, toxic, and radiological waste.

“Tetra Tech has supported the U.S. Army’s environmental cleanup programs for more than two decades,” said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech chairman and CEO. “We are pleased to continue using our ‘Leading with Science’ approach to support the USACE Huntsville Center as it works to restore lands and waters to safe and productive use, improving lives in communities around the world.”

The company’s scientists, engineers, and geophysicists will address health and environmental risks through field data and GIS visualization to support engineering evaluations, sampling and analysis, and remedial or removal actions.

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