CAPE Awarded USACE Louisville District Contract (October 2011)
CAPE was one of six small businesses awarded a 10-year, $225M Environmental & Restoration Services Contract (ERSC) by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District. This is the fourth consecutive environmental contract that CAPE has been awarded by the Louisville District. The work under the contract will include a full range of environmental services, including Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) projects, Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) projects, and projects involving both HTRW comingled with munitions-related contamination.
USACE Forth Worth District Awards CAPE a Contract (June 2011)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Worth District awarded CAPE an Environmental Remediation and Consulting Services contract. CAPE is one of three small businesses awarded the $30M contract. Under this contract, CAPE may execute a full range of environmental services including but not limited to investigations, studies, pre-design, remediation, start-up activities, environmental compliance, environmental analysis, ecosystem restoration, environmental dredging, operation and maintenance, and emergency and/or time-critical response activities for the Southwestern Division.
Hawaii Office Moves (April 2011)
On April 5th, CAPE’s Hawaii office celebrated its recent move to offices at 155 Kapalulu Place, Suite 111, located near Honolulu International Airport. The open house began with a traditional Hawaiian blessing of the office space by a local Kahu (pastor). CAPE’s Honolulu office supports contracts for the Navy and Air Force in Hawaii, Guam, and throughout the Pacific.
CAPE Awarded Two Projects in Afghanistan (February 2011)
As a member of CDM/CAPE, A Joint Venture, CAPE was awarded two projects in Kabul, Afghanistan by the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment. One project involves the planning, design, and renovation of six fire stations throughout Kabul and the construction of three K-Span buildings at the South Kabul International Airport. On the other project, CAPE will be designing and constructing a school expansion.
CAPE Moves its Headquarters to Norcross, GA (February 2011)
CAPE moved its corporate headquarters from Atlanta, GA to Norcross, GA, expanding its footprint from 14,824 square feet to 23,125 square feet. In addition to accommodating our growing workforce, the new building also has larger spaces for training and includes a fitness center to support one of CAPE’s core values of providing for our staff’s health and well being.