Petroleum Directory: ENSR wins multiyear Corps cleanup contract in Alaska
ENSR was recently awarded a $4.5 million, three-year U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract to perform environmental consulting engineering services under the Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste, or HTRW, program at multiple locations in Alaska. ENSR, part of AECOM, is a leading global environmental management firm.
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The Corps’ HTRW program covers planning and design for cleanup of unsafe, hazardous, toxic, and radiological waste and debris as part of a broader Corps environmental program designed to clean up formerly-used defense sites.
ENSR will provide site investigation, remedial investigation and feasibility studies, hazard and risk assessments, and will ultimately develop the most appropriate, cost-effective remedial action plans.
“ENSR has worked within the Alaska District’s HTRW program since 1994, and we’re delighted to support the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ commitment to Alaska’s environment and communities,” said ENSR Alaska operations manager Chris Humphrey, P.E.
ENSR supports Corps districts worldwide with a full spectrum of environmental services, including planning, compliance, investigation, design, and remediation.
ENSR is currently providing HTRW dredged material management, Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC), hydraulic engineering, planning, and compliance support to 10 Corps districts nationwide.
ENSR is a leading worldwide environmental firm serving industrial clients and government agencies with 2,600 employees from 90 global offices. The company provides comprehensive consulting, engineering, remediation, and environmental health and safety (EHS) management solutions, and is the recipient of numerous industry, client EHS, business achievement and organizational innovation awards.
For more information, visit: www.ensr.aecom.com.
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