NASA officials announced June 28 that Geosyntec Consultants is one of three companies chosen to provide environmental remediation services at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida, the adjacent Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS), and other NASA locations.
The combined maximum potential value for the three contracts is $91 million. Services will be performed during a five-year period beginning this year.
Under the contract, Geosyntec will compete for fixed-price work orders to develop and implement contamination assessment and remediation requirements for Resource Conservation and Recovery Act sites and petroleum contamination for NASA at KSC and CCAFS.
Geosyntec has had continuous success on a number of remediation projects at KSC since 1996. Among others, these include a pilot test that used emulsified zero-valent iron in the remediation of a chlorinated solvent zone; a site investigation and remediation solution for impacted groundwater near the Vehicle Assembly Building; and an ecological risk assessment that examined a three-acre storage yard within the KSC industrial area.
For questions, contact Principal Jim Langenbach in Geosyntec's Cape Canaveral office at 321-269-5880 or email@example.com.