News Flash – On February 1, 2019, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) provided HGL with a fully executed 5-year, $300-million architect-engineer (A-E) professional environmental remediation services contract to investigate, design, and implement remedial actions at NASA facilities nationwide. NASA facilities where work may be performed include Kennedy Space Center; Cape Canaveral Air Force Station; Ames Research Center; Glenn Research Center; Goddard Space Flight Center; NASA Headquarters Operations; Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, including White Sands Test Facility; Langley Research Center; Marshall Space Flight Center, including Michoud Assembly Facility; NASA Management Office; NASA Shared Services Center; John C. Stennis Space Center; Armstrong Flight Research Center; Vandenberg Air Force Base; Wallops Flight Facility; and other NASA locations, launch or landing sites.
The scope of work for the Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract includes A-E services with a major emphasis on developing and implementing contamination assessment and remediation requirements for RCRA and petroleum contamination sites on NASA facilities. More specifically, the scope includes conducting Solid Waste Management Unit (SWMU) Assessments; Interim Measures; RCRA Facility Investigations, with human health and ecological risk assessments; Corrective Measures Studies and Implementations; and Land Use Control Implementation Plans in accordance with applicable U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and state directives. The scope also covers groundwater monitoring and operation and maintenance of groundwater cleanup systems.