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Environmental/Historic Services, VA National Cemetery
Mabbett has been awarded a Task Order (TO) for environmental services in support of the proposed new National Cemetery in Morovis, Puerto Rico. This TO has been awarded under Mabbett’s US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Office of Construction and Facilities Management (OCFM) firm-fixed price (FFP) ID/IQ.
Mabbett was awarded a multi-year $7M Environmental and Historic Services ID/IQ contract from the VA OCFM Eastern Region in support of VA medical facilities and cemeteries in the VA Eastern Region which covers sixteen states in 2012. Mabbett has managed and conducted National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) services, environmental site assessment, wetlands and threatened and endangered (T&E) surveys, groundwater modeling, subsurface investigation, historic and cultural resources, biological assessments, regulated building material testing, environmental permitting and program development, and audit projects.
Mabbett will be preparing National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Site-Specific Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed new National Cemetery in Morovis, Puerto Rico Additional TO’s under Mabbett’s VA OCFM ID/IQ contract have included: Site-Specific EA for the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery, Florida: Site-Specific EA for the proposed Western New York National Cemetery; Supplementary EA for the Proposed New Bed Tower and Infrastructure Improvements at the VAMC Tampa, Florida; and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Assessments at VA Medical Center (VAMC) Northport, Castle Point and Montrose, New York.
“We appreciate the opportunity to serve VA OCFM and to be awarded this task order,” comments Paul Steinberg, PE, LSP, President and VA OCFM Program Manager.” Mabbett has been successfully serving the VA for more than eight years as a SDVOSB Prime Contractor and we look forward to delivering high quality, well managed, and responsive service in support of OCFM on this Task Order.”