MWH Global lands $60 million contract
Last Updated: 15:24 December 11, 2013
Broomfield-based MWH will provide various environmental engineering inspections, investigations, assessments, impact statements, cost estimates, design, construction and environmental management.
Contract work will focus on facilities along the Great Lakes, inland rivers and oceans, as well as those in U.S. territories.
This latest contract award marks an extension of the Coast Guard's more than 15-year relationship with MWH. In selecting MWH for the work, the Coast Guard noted the company's exceptional staff as well as its success in ensuring high-quality, on-time project delivery.
"MWH appreciates this opportunity to expand and extend our work, serving another five years as a 'trusted adviser' to U.S. Coast Guard staff," said Emmitt Smith, director of national government services for MWH.
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