Tetra Tech awarded $240 contract with U.S. Navy
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Tetra Tech awarded $240 contract with U.S. Navy

U.S. water technology, consultation, and engineering, company Tetra Tech has been awarded a $240 million contract for the “environmental remediation of radiological contaminants” at a number of U.S. naval bases. These bases are situated in California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and other locations throughout the U.S.

At these locations, the company will conduct its own radiological investigations, surveys and sampling analyses, confirming the extent of the environmental damage done. It will then move on to perform treatability studies, operations and maintenance, remediation, and other activities to ensure that these sites are returned to safe use.

It’s not the first time Tetra Tech has performed this kind of work for the Navy. The present project – RADMAC 2 – is a follow on from RADMAC 1, which saw the company perform a similar service in California and Washington.

Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech’s CEO and chairman, was quick to highlight the strong working relationship between the company and the U.S. Navy, saying:

“Tetra Tech has supported the U.S. Navy for over four decades, and specifically NAVFAC Southwest, in remediation of radiological contaminants for more than 12 years. We are pleased to continue this longstanding partnership with the U.S. Navy to support its critical environmental restoration efforts.”

Disclosure
Dominion holds Tetra Tech in its Global Trends Managed Fund.


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