US DoE awards Tetra Tech $108m environmental services agreement

0
10222
Tetra Tech will apply its Leading with ScienceĀ® approach to assess floodplain and wetland conditions, analyse greenhouse gas emissions and prepare stormwater management plans. PHOTO: Els B on Unsplash.

US Department of Energy has awarded Tetra Tech a $108m, five-year, agreement to provide environmental support services.

Consulting and engineering services company Tetra Tech has been awarded an estimated $108m, five-year, multiple-award blanket purchase agreement (BPA) to provide environmental support services to the US Department of Energy to address its energy projects and associated potential environmental impacts using science-based technology solutions.

Tetra Techā€™s technical experts will identify and analyse the potential environmental impacts of proposed projects to land, air and water, using applied research, field investigations, advanced analytics and predictive modeling. Under the BPA, Tetra Tech will apply its Leading with ScienceĀ® approach to assess floodplain and wetland conditions, analyse greenhouse gas emissions and prepare stormwater management plans.

ā€œTetra Tech has worked with the Department of Energy for more than three decades to ensure that federal agencies comprehensively evaluate the potential environmental impacts of their proposed projects,ā€ said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech chairman and CEO.

ā€œTetra Tech is pleased to continue to support the Department of Energyā€™s efforts to promote the most advanced scientific and technological methodologies in evaluating the impacts of their future projects,ā€ Batrack said.