The Mobile District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, selected CH2M to provide planning, engineering and environmental services for projects in support of its Water and Wastewater Technical Center of Expertise in the U.S. and additional geographical areas, including South and Central America and the Middle East.
For the next five years under the IDIQ contract, the Mobile District will look to CH2M for support in rapid delivery of their water and wastewater services and design technologies for:
Comprehensive engineering services from feasibility studies and engineering design through detailed plans and specifications for water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations, onsite wastewater disposal systems, constructed wetlands, site design, and fire pumping and storage systems; and
Data gathering and evaluation activities, including for pilot plant design-build and operate facilities, bench top water and wastewater analysis, topographic surveying, collection and analysis of water and wastewater samples, leak detection and inflow and infiltration evaluations, transient/water hammer analysis, environmental water and wastewater permits, water and wastewater hydraulic systems modeling and quality evaluations.
"Backed by more than 20 years of experience working with USACE, and underscored by our industry rankings as a top drinking water and reuse and sewer/wastewater treatment design firm, our specialty expertise and history of innovation will be crucial in supporting the Mobile District's mission," said Stephen Browning, CH2M USACE account manager.
Throughout a more than 20-year partnership, CH2M has provided a variety of comprehensive engineering services for 30 districts across USACE, including design and construction services for several water and wastewater projects.