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Aecom wins US Army engineering contract worth up to £638M

Aecom is among the firms to win a US Army Engineering and Support Center Worldwide Environmental Remediation Services contract valued up to US$945M (£638M).

Aecom announced today that it is one of eight firms to be awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract by the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

Under the Worldwide Environmental Remediation Services IDIQ Program contract, Aecom will primarily provide environmental and munitions response-remediation services. The contract has a period of performance of two years with three one-year option periods and a maximum value, over the life of the contract, of up to £638M.

For its first task order, Aecom will provide planning and removal of unexploded ordnance and related material for the construction of a new multi-purpose training range at Fort Benning, Goergia.

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