PASADENA, CALIF. — Tetra Tech, Inc. has been awarded a $50 million contract to provide indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) architecture/engineering (A/E) services in support of Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) infrastructure improvement projects in more than 25 developing countries in Latin America, Africa, Eurasia, and the Middle East. The ID/IQ contract has a five-year base period. Task orders will be competitively awarded amongst multiple ID/IQ contract holders for these services.
The new A/E services contract covers water resource management and water supply projects; construction and rehabilitation of roads, ports, airports, and railroads; sanitation improvements; energy and power resource development projects; and industrial and institutional facilities, among other projects. Tetra Tech will provide a range of consulting and engineering services, including development, assessment, design, monitoring, and evaluation.
Tetra Tech’s Chairman and CEO Dan Batrack said, “This A/E services contract offers Tetra Tech the potential to significantly expand our work with the MCC. The contract will help improve access to clean water and basic infrastructure necessities for communities in developing countries around the world.”