AECOM JV Awarded FEMA Contract for Flood and Other Risk Data Services With a Contract Ceiling of $600 M
AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE:ACM), the world’s #1-ranked engineering design firm, announced today that a joint venture it leads has been awarded a contract with a ceiling of US$600 million from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract is expected to yield between US$100 and US$300 million over the life of the contract.
AECOM, as the managing party of the Compass PTS joint venture team, has been selected as one of two preferred consultant joint ventures to provide architectural and engineering services for various projects as part of FEMA’s large-scale efforts to provide quality flood and other risk data to increase public awareness and achieve mitigation actions that reduce the risk to life and property.
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AECOM and CDM Smith, the other controlling partner on the Compass PTS joint venture — along with its Compass PTS joint venture partners T&M Associates, Halff Associates, Fugro EarthData, Inc., and ABSG Consulting, as well as several sub-consultants — will provide production and technical services for the Risk Mapping, Assessment and Planning (Risk MAP), Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance Program (HMTAP) and Technical Assistance and Research Contracts (TARC) programs. The Risk MAP program combines flood-hazard mapping, risk-assessment tools and hazard-mitigation planning into an integrated program that encourages building more-resilient communities.
In conjunction with Risk MAP, HMTAP provides assistance to aid FEMA headquarters, regional counterparts and field offices to meet post-disaster mitigation responsibilities, while TARC aims to create nationally applicable FEMA publications, tools, training and education to be used by emergency managers and the nationwide building community.
“AECOM is honored to partner with FEMA to enhance the usability and value of natural hazard risk information across the United States,” said AECOM Chief Executive Officer Michael S. Burke. “By helping to prepare communities for disasters as well as adapt and recover if one occurs, our work will contribute to making cities safer and more resilient.”
The contract period is five years, with additional options years possible. Projects are scheduled to be initiated between December 2014 and 2019.
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