The US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) has awarded three contracts to Leidos to provide environmental engineering services for the South Atlantic Division.
Each of the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contracts has a performance period of five years, and the total value across the three contracts for all 16 awardees is $250m.
Under the contracts, Leidos will provide comprehensive environmental compliance, planning, conservation, restoration and remediation design, pollution prevention and sustainment services.
The company will carry out services for military, civil and federal agencies in various Corps Districts.
Leidos Infrastructure, Environment and Security business senior vice-president Jim Moos said: "Leidos has a long history of supporting the Mobile District and the South Atlantic Division of the Corps.
"Our proven team of experts will continue delivering infrastructure, environmental and engineering solutions to the Department of Defense, DHS, CDC, and other federal agencies utilising these versatile contract vehicles.
"Our team is excited to partner with USACE to support their planning and environmental mission across the southeast US."
Each of the three contracts is a pool of services required to deliver comprehensive environmental planning, compliance, and hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste (HTRW) services under the indefinite delivery contract for architect-engineer (A-E) services for the regional acquisition environmental tools (REAT).
The company is one of the five firms, namely Tetra Tech, CH2M, AECOM Technical Services, HDR Environmental, Operations and Construction, which received all three of the contract pools.
The other 11 firms that received the contracts are Vernadero, Cardno GS, AMEC-Foster Wheeler Env & Infras, Louis Berger / Aerostar JV, Marstel Day, Parsons, ARCADIS, CB&I Federal Services, Jacobs, Black Veatch and Cardno-EA JV.