USA: NAVFAC Awards USD 75 Million Contract for ESAT Support

Specialty Center Acquisitions, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (SCAN) awarded a maximum amount $75 million contract June 9, for performance-based Environmental Services and Technologies (ESAT) support for Navy, Marine Corps, and federal government programs at various locations worldwide.

The Contract was awarded to Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus, Ohio.

This engineering services ordering contract was awarded to satisfy overall operational objectives of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps installations, and other federal organizations. The scope of this contract includes environmental program development and implementation, research, development, testing, and evaluation for innovative environmental technologies and technical consultations.

The Department of the Navy (DON) manages extensive facilities and lands to support its mission of maintaining, training, and equipping a world-class, combat-ready naval fleet,” said Wanda Holmes, chief of naval operations Energy and Environmental Readiness Division, director of Environmental Restoration and Operational Range Assessment. “Over the years, releases of hazardous materials have occurred at some of these facilities. The DON is committed to cleaning up these releases in a timely manner that restores environmental quality for present and future generations. DON uses cleanup methods that are effective, cost-efficient, and environmentally sustainable. We constantly seek new and innovative solutions to these often complex environmental problems.”

All work on this contract will be performed worldwide, and is expected to be completed by June 2016. This contract was competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online website, with two proposals received.


Source: navy, June 15, 2011;