The organization received a $15 million contract modification from the Navy to provide environmental and technology support at the Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center in Port Hueneme, Calif.
That modification will exercise the contract’s first option, bringing the cumulative value to $30 million.
The institute will carry out technology support, research and development, administrative and management support, environmental remediation and climate change initiatives.
Work will occur at various locations worldwide and the Pentagon expects the work to finish in April 2013.
Battelle also received a $15 million contract from the Army to provide environmental consulting services for projects across the northeastern U.S. and neighboring wetlands.
The Army received three bids and will determine work locations based on individual task orders.
The Pentagon expects work under the firm-fixed price contract to finish by April 15, 2017.
The institute is also developing chemical vapor sampling systems for the Army to use on its Stryker nuclear, biological, and chemical reconnaissance vehicle.