Amentum has secured a 10-year, $97.2 million contract from the Federal Aviation Administration for environmental remediation support services in support of the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic County, New Jersey.
The contract requires Amentum to perform operation and maintenance, remedial action construction, geographic information system, and national environmental data repository management support related tasks for the FAA at the air transportation laboratory, the company said Tuesday.
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to continue our support of the FAA’s environmental remediation work at one of the nation’s premier aviation facilities. We are proud of our work to support this world-class laboratory and the mission of the FAA,” said John Vollmer, CEO of Amentum and a six-time Wash100 Award recipient.
The WJHTC is listed on the Superfund National Priority List and the majority of the work will be related to Areas of Concern undergoing active remediation. The contract period begins on July 1, 2021.
“This award reflects the tremendous record we have established to safely execute the remediation work at WJHTC, and we are excited to continue our partnership with the FAA,” stated Mark Whitney, Amentum Nuclear & Environment business Unit
“As a leader in the environmental remediation business, we are well-positioned to support the FAA in this increasingly important market for our company,” he added.
Amentum is a leading international technology and engineering services partner supporting critical programs of national significance across defense, security, intelligence, energy and environment. The company draws from a century-old heritage of operational excellence, mission focus and successful execution buttressed by a strong safety and ethics culture. Amentum is headquartered in Germantown, Maryland, and employs more than 34,000 people in all 50 states and works in 105 foreign countries and territories.