BROOMFIELD, COLO. — MWH announced that the U.S. Coast Guard awarded the company a five-year, $60 million (total contract value) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide a broad spectrum of environmental engineering services. Under the terms of the contract, MWH will provide engineering services for the Coast Guard’s shore facilities as well as offshore aids-to-navigation facilities. Those services will include various environmental engineering inspections, investigations, assessments, impact statements, cost estimates, design, construction, and environmental management. Contract work will focus on facilities along the Great Lakes, inland rivers and oceans, as well as those in U.S. territories.

This latest contract award marks an extension of the Coast Guard’s more than 15-year relationship with MWH. In selecting MWH for the work the Coast Guard noted the company’s exceptional staff as well as its success in ensuring high-quality, on-time project delivery.

“MWH appreciates this opportunity to expand and extend our work, serving another five years as a ‘trusted adviser’ to U.S. Coast Guard staff,” said Emmitt Smith, director of national government services for MWH. “Our extensive experience managing environmental design, construction, compliance and analysis, combined with our longstanding relationship with the U.S. Coast Guard, will give us the tools to deliver the best results whenever and wherever our help is needed.”

MWH has provided environmental engineering services at USCG facilities throughout the U.S. and its territories since 1997 worth around $14 million. Over the past 16 years, MWH has delivered a breadth and depth of environmental services for shore facilities and offshore aid to navigation facilities under multiple USCG contracts with CEU Cleveland, CEU Juneau, FDCC Pacific, and FDCC Atlantic. Work has included the full range of environmental compliance, restoration, liability, planning, and sustainability services, as well as work at remote and uninhabited island locations requiring complex logistics and coordination. Under the USCG Rescue 21 Program alone, MWH has visited over 300 sites from Maine to Guam.
 

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