In September 2020, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District, awarded the HGL-APTIM Joint Venture a multimillion-dollar ORC to perform environmental remediation activities at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The contract, with a 10-year period of performance, includes working at 26 sites and performing numerous basewide tasks. HGL has teamed with APTIM Federal Services, LLC (APTIM) as part of the HGL-APTIM Joint Venture to perform the work.
HGL’s scope of work includes designing and implementing new groundwater remedies, maintaining established remedies, employing optimization to enhance remedial progress at applicable sites, and achieving site-specific objectives to support progress toward site closeout. The focus of HGL’s efforts will be to assist the U.S. Air Force as it continues to fulfill all facets of its Environmental Restoration Program mission while effectively and efficiently managing the program in a performance-based, results-oriented, and cost-conscious framework. HGL will be updating the conceptual site model for each site and then developing a tailored characterization approach to address any data gaps pertaining to sites requiring remediation. After successfully characterizing these sites, HGL will continue current remediation approaches or implement new and innovative ones that will more effectively address the issues at these sites.
HGL is looking forward to expanding its presence in the Utah area and will be adding local staff to support this and other projects. For more information, see https://www.hgl.com/careers/.