The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded Leidos three five-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts to provide the environmental science and engineering services in USACE’s South Atlantic division.
Leidos said Tuesday that it will conduct comprehensive environmental compliance, planning, conservation, restoration and remediation design, pollution prevention and sustainment services for a number of Corps district military, civil and federal agencies.
The company is one of five in all three contract pools to deliver environmental planning, compliance and hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste services under the Architect-Engineer services ID contract for the Regional Acquisition Environmental Tools.
Jim Moos. Leidos’ infrastructure environment and security business vice president, said that its team of professionals will work to provide infrastructure, environmental and engineering services in support of the Defense Department, DHS, CDC and other federal agencies.
The three contracts were issued under a five-year, $250 million architectural and engineering support IDIQ contract awarded to 16 companies in May.