Pasadena, California-based construction and engineering services provider Tetra Tech has received a potential five-year, $47 million multiple-award task order contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to support the organization’s water resource management programs.
The company will provide analytical and consultation services such as research, analysis, and technical assistance for multiple centers in California, Pennsylvania, Colorado and Louisiana, Tetra Tech said Thursday.
Tetra Tech has identified the water management services market as one the company aims to grow in via its acquisition of Vienna, Virginia-based information technology services contractor Indus Corp. announced in March.
Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech chairman and CEO, said the company will aim to help the Army Corps of Engineers carry out its programs to plan and manage U.S. water resources under the contract.
The contract also covers help to identify water resources issues, develop modeling tools and manage national water data sets.