$2.049 Billion Added to HGL Contract Capacity by Select 2021 Wins
- HGL is Awardee on $240 Million Unrestricted Environmental Response Services (ERS) Contract: On November 1, 2021, HGL received notification from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Omaha District that it was an awardee on a $240 million Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) to support the USACE Northwestern Division (NWD) and its existing customers. Under the contract HGL will be providing services related to the requirements of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), the Clean Air Act, and related federal programs, including the Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP). Remedial actions can address both regulated and non-regulated toxic substances. In addition, incidental/minor construction activities can be conducted when they are in direct support of specific activities. The contract has a 5-year period of performance.
- HGL Selected as Awardee on $176.25 Million USACE Kansas City District PRAC: On October 28, 2021, HGL received notification from USACE Kansas City District that it has been selected as an awardee on a $176.25 million Pre-Placed Remediation Action Contract (PRAC). This MATOC has a basic ordering period of 3 years with a 2-year option period, and it will allow HGL to provide a wide range of remedial action services at hazardous and radiological waste sites within the USACE NWD and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 2. Activities could include excavation, transportation, and disposal of hazardous, toxic, or radiological waste (HTRW); construction and operation of groundwater treatment plants; installation and operation of in situ treatment technologies; remediation incidental to munitions constituents; and mine waste reclamation or reclamation of abandoned mine lands. Other tasks could include addressing emerging contaminants such as PFAS and providing construction and other services to support the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
- HGL is Awardee on $1.136 Billion ChEM-RU Contract for Munitions-Related Services: On October 14, 2021, the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (CEHNC), notified HGL that it had been selected to provide munitions-related services under a $1.136 billion Chemical, Environmental and Munitions Response-Unrestricted (ChEM-RU) MATOC. Under the contract, HGL will perform MMRP responses involving conventional munitions and chemical warfare materiel, Environmental Compliance and Remediation Services, and Other Munitions-Related Services to enable lands and waters to be used safely and efficiently for their intended purpose. The contract has a 5-year ordering period that can be extended to 10 years though options. Task orders issued under the contract can address sites nationwide, including Alaska, Hawaii, and U.S. territories.
- HGL Awarded $240 Million MAMMS III Contract to Continue Providing Munitions and Environmental Response Services for the USACE Baltimore District: In March 2021, HGL received notification from USACE Baltimore District that it had been selected as an awardee on a $240 million Multiple Award Military Munitions Services (MAMMS) III contract to conduct munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) and munitions constituents (MC) investigations and provide remediation services at sites located primarily in the USACE North Atlantic Division area of responsibility. This contract will allow HGL to pursue task orders for various current and formerly used defense sites, property adjoining currently and formerly used defense sites, and other federally controlled/owned sites. Through this contract, HGL will be providing military munitions response and HTRW remediation services to protect human health and the environment from hazards associated with MEC, MC, and related contaminants. The contract also allows HGL to provide construction support for the Range and Training Land Program (RTLP) and for other USACE military and civil works projects.
- USACE Sacramento District Selects HGL as Awardee on $49.5 Million MATOC for ERS: On September 16, 2021, USACE Sacramento District selected HGL as an awardee on a $49.5 million MATOC to provide ERS in support of the Formerly Used Defense Site (FUDS) Program. Work will primarily be performed throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. The contract has a 5-year period of performance and allows HGL to provide services in accordance with RCRA, CERCLA, and other federal and state programs.
- HGL-APTIM Applied Science and Technology JV LLC (HAAST) Awarded $49 Million SATOC for ERS and MMRP Services: On May 28, 2021, the HGL-APTIM Applied Science and Technology JV LLC (HAAST) was awarded USACE Omaha District’s first Small Business Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC). The $49 million ERS with MMRP SATOC will be providing support to the USACE NWD and its existing and future customers nationwide. This contract has a base period of performance of 3 years, plus one 2-year option period. HAAST is composed of HGL and APTIM Federal Services, LLC (APTIM) of Baton Rouge, Louisiana (www.aptim.com). The services provided by HAAST will be related to the requirements of RCRA, CERCLA, the Clean Air Act, and other related federal programs as well as state and local regulations and requirements. Remedial actions can address both regulated and nonregulated toxic substances and PFAS.
- HGL Selected as Awardee on $49 Million QA Seeding MATOC from CEHNC: On October 19, 2021, HGL received notice from the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (CEHNC) that it had been selected as an awardee on a $49 million Quality Assurance (QA) Seeding MATOC. Under this contract, which has a 2-year base period and three 1-year options, HGL will assist CEHNC in conducting field tests of equipment used by contractors to collect munitions-related data following the Advanced Geophysical Classification (AGC) process. The Department of Defense and USACE developed the AGC process to improve the efficiency of munitions cleanups and to focus resources on addressing potential explosives safety risks at munitions response sites (MRSs). HGL’s QA activities will be supporting CEHNC on MEC remedial investigation, remedial action, and removal projects at MRSs located throughout the United States and in U.S. territories and territorial waters.
- HGL-APTIM JV Wins $110 Million Contract to Continue Cleanup of the Welsbach/General Gas Mantle Superfund Site: In August 2020, USACE Kansas City District awarded the HGL-APTIM JV a 5-year, $110 million contract to conduct environmental remedial construction activities to support cleanup of the Welsbach/General Gas Mantle Superfund Site in Camden County, New Jersey. Notice to proceed was provided in January 2021. The site encompasses 2 former incandescent gas mantle manufacturing facilities and nearly 100 nearby properties. These properties may have radiological contamination because of past operations at the two facilities. The scope of work includes providing radiological support, building demolition, soil and debris excavation, waste transportation, and site restoration services. Through the USACE Philadelphia District, the HGL-APTIM JV will be supporting EPA in its ongoing effort to clean up the Superfund site.