PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM - Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific awarded a $12.5 million contract modification on Aug. 28 to CAPE Environmental Management Inc., a small business of Norcross, Ga., for environmental remedial action services at various sites within Asia-Pacific.
“Protecting our environment is one of the Navy’s highest priorities,” said NAVFAC Pacific Commander Rear Admiral Bret Muilenburg. “We take our responsibility to maintaining a clean environment and creating a sustainable future very seriously. This contract award modification facilitates our continued focus and emphasis on taking care of our communities and our resources.”
Work includes environmental remediation such as removal actions, expedited and emergency response actions, pilot and treatability studies, facility operation and maintenance, and other related activities associated with returning sites to safe and acceptable conditions. CAPE Environmental Management Inc. will perform work predominantly in Hawaii, Guam and a few areas within Asia-Pacific such as Japan, Okinawa and Diego Garcia.
“Small businesses have been the backbone of our nation’s economy, and we are encouraged by small business participation in significant work such as this that supports the Navy’s mission,” added Muilenburg.
The term of the contract is not to exceed five years with an expected completion date of February 2015.