CAPE Awarded ERMA Contract (November 2012)
CAPE was one of nine small businesses that was awarded the Army’s Environmental Remediation Multiple Award (ERMA) contract. The $240M contract was awarded by the Army Contracting Command’s contracting center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. The Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, TX, will be undertaking administration and oversight responsibilities for the task orders. Work is anticipated to be conducted throughout the United States and Puerto Rico and will be accomplished under the Installation Restoration, Military Munitions Response, Base Realignment and Closure, Compliance Cleanup, and Operational Range Assessment programs.
USACE Louisville District Awards Largest Environmental Contract to Date (July 2012)
Under a multiple-award Environmental Remediation Services Contract, CAPE was issued a $9.2M task order to construct a landfill cover at Lockbourne Air Force Base in Columbus, Ohio. This is the largest environmental construction contract ever awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District. The remedial action involves excavating six waste areas; consolidating wastes (including general trash from base housing and other administrative buildings, construction and demolition debris, and lime sludge from the base water treatment plant); installing a soil cover over a 105-acre landfill and topsoil and vegetation over the consolidated wastes; backfilling excavated areas; and final grading. CAPE is also implementing a wetlands mitigation in exchange for excavating a portion of a wetlands area.
CAPE Awarded Baltimore MAES Cont (March 2012)
CAPE was one of five small businesses awarded a $100M Multiple Award Environmental Services (MAES) contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Baltimore District. The contract is for support of the Baltimore District and its customers located primarily in the USACE North Atlantic Region boundaries but possibly outside the continental United States as well. The task orders will include performance based, firm-fixed price features for a wide range of environmental services at various known or suspected hazardous and toxic waste sites. The work may also require actions to characterize and/or remediate radioactive material or military munitions and explosive of concern or munitions constituents as well as to perform environmental sustainability services. This is the fourth consecutive environmental remediation services contract that CAPE has held with the Baltimore District.