Army Taps Quantum Spatial, Woolpert-Black & Veatch JV for Geospatial Support Services

Jeff Brody

Quantum Spatial and a joint venture between Woolpert and environmental sustainability firm Black & Veatch have won spots on a $49M contract to help the U.S. Army conduct mapping and surveying activities.

The Army Corps of Engineers received 10 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract through an online solicitation process and will determine funds and work locations upon issuance of each order, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work is estimated to conclude by June 6, 2024.

Quantum Spatial and Woolpert are both geospatial services firms while Black & Veatch is a global company that offers a range of engineering, construction, consulting, technical and cybersecurity services.

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