Marstel–Day lands $30M in contracts
Marstel–Day, the Fredericksburg-based environmental consulting firm, has won two major government contracts with the Navy and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The contract with Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington, is a five-year, $22.5 million agreement for a wide range of environmental, planning and natural and cultural resource work, President and CEO Rebecca Rubin said
The scale of the work includes studying compliance with environmental preservation law, traffic and noise analyses, air quality analysis, socioeconomic and outreach analyses, mapping and stormwater management.
Marstel–Day also won, as a joint venture with Maryland-based LRS Federal, a five-year, $7 million award from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for environmental assessment and planning, to ensure the agency’s compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act and its own regulations.
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