EQM, along with JV Team Member TTL, Awarded USACE ERS-MMRP Contract
January 9th, 2018: W9128F-16-R-0028 – The Omaha District awarded to TTL-EQM, LLC, as part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Multiple Environmental Government Acquisition (MEGA) strategy, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set-aside – firm-fixed price multiple award task order contract. This Environmental Remediation Services (ERS) contract will support work for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division (NWD) and Omaha District existing customers including but not limited to, Department of Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP); Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS); Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) for various Department of Defense (DoD) customers; DoD Environmental Compliance Program, Environmental Support for Others (ESFO) Program; support to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) including Superfund and Brownfield Programs; Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP); environmental cleanup for various military and Interagency and International Support (IIS) customers; environmental stewardship, and other environmental related regulatory programs.
Services that TTL-EQM, LLC JV may be required to perform within an ERS task order include, but are not limited to: preparation of work plans; studies with associated reports; multiple phases of field investigations; preliminary assessments (PA); site inspections (SI) and remedial site inspections; remedial investigations (RI); feasibility studies (FS); Engineering Evaluation Cost Analysis (EECA); Action Memorandum (AM); Proposed Plan (PP); Decision Document (DD); Record of Decision (ROD), monitoring well installation and sampling; short and long term monitoring/long term operations (LTM/LTO) or Long Term Response Action (LTRA); data management; data interpretation; engineering evaluation and corrective actions; optimization studies; ground-water modeling; geophysical surveys; remediation cost estimates; management of non-hazardous and hazardous investigative derived waste (IDW); environmental and human health risk assessments; risk based remediation; air emission issues including vapor intrusion; surface water discharge, applying for environmental permits, remedial design; well abandonment; meetings; public meeting participation; preparation of presentation material both written and visual; hydrological, sediment and soil studies; project reports; engineering support and/or design; value engineering studies; operations and maintenance (O&M) for HTRW sites; energy evaluations for remediation systems; remedial action plans; remedial actions; removal action plans; removal actions; construction support; range clearance activities; site closeout/decision documents; abandoned mines program support; other military munitions activities; and, future project programming and scheduling support.
Remedial action activities could include, but are not limited to the following: air sparging; soil vapor extraction; bioremediation including explosive media; asbestos and lead-based paint remediation; radon abatement; landfill capping and collection systems; building remediation and demolition; sediment remediation; air discharge systems; ground-water extraction and injection systems; air stripping; carbon absorption; ground-water treatment systems; incineration of soils; low-temperature thermal desorption; mixed water disposal; solidification of contaminated matter; soil washing; detection, recovery, and disposal of MEC or any in-situ or on-site treatment methods. Remedial actions may address both regulated and non-regulated toxic substances. Incidental construction will also be included in the ERS contracts however, construction activities must be incidental to the ERS work.
The scope for MMRP activities required include, but are not limited to: historical records review (HRR); visual surveys; geophysical mapping and associated activities; military munitions removal/remedial actions and associated activities; Explosive Safety Submission (ESS)/Explosive Siting Plans (ESP) preparation; explosives management (siting, use, etc.); munitions debris handling and disposal; anomaly avoidance; construction support; munitions constituent sampling; small arms/skeet range investigation and removal/remedial actions; x-ray fluorescence; community relations support; reporting; and Geographical Information System (GIS) support for project activities.
For additional information, please contact Glen H. Sherrier, REM – Director of Federal Programs Development at [email protected]