Geosyntec awarded Master Service Agreement for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
The Regents of the University of California, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), awarded a Master Service Agreement for environmental restoration and regulatory compliance support services to a team composed of Geosyntec Consultants, Permafix Environmental Services, and Engineering Remediation Resources Group.
Geosyntec was one of four successful bidders under this five-year agreement, which has a total capacity of $7M. Geosyntec and MMI Engineering have supported LBNL with civil engineering, remedial design, vapor intrusion risk assessment, construction storm water compliance, and project management services since 2014. MMI Engineering is a division of Geosyntec.
LBNL is redeveloping two areas of the campus in a complex project that includes demolition and abatement of mixed use existing facilities, and the design and construction of four new research and development laboratories with supporting facilities.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is a multi-program scientific research campus operated by the University of California (UC) for the United States Department of Energy (DOE). It is located on a 202-acre parcel of UC Regents' land in the Berkeley/Oakland Hills. LBNL was founded as the second of seventeen national laboratories in the country operated by the DOE. Together, these laboratories form the largest overarching scientific research program in the world.
For more information regarding Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, please visit: http://www.lbl.gov/