Parsons Corp. has won a spot on a $200 million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity multiple-award task order by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.
The 5-year contract is for studies, investigations and design work in support of the USACE environmental mission, including Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances investigations at Defense Department sites. The win also represents new work for the company.
“Parsons is a trusted solutions provider for the most complex environmental challenges around the world,” said Jon Moretta, president of engineered systems for Parsons.
“We look forward to leveraging our resources and expertise in support of the Corps’ environmental mission to restore ecosystems, clean up contaminated sites, and deliver a greener, more sustainable world for future generations.”
Under this contract, Parsons will be eligible for task order awards that support USACE environmental and related responsibilities, including PFAS investigations at DOD sites nationwide.
The company has supported the USACE environmental mission for decades, and earlier this year, won a contract to provide technical design and engineering, permitting and delivery of a new Explosive Decomposition Chamber facility at Holston Army Ammunition Plant.