EAS has been awarded a 5-year contract to perform biological and ecological studies for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Portland, Seattle, and Walla Walla Districts. The work performed under this contract is comprised of technical studies and support services, and will be conducted primarily in the Pacific Northwest, Columbia, Snake, and Willamette Basins.
This work will encompass a wide range of planning and environmental services in the general areas of planning and environmental compliance, sustainability, and quality at various military and non-military locations, designed to support USACE efforts. Beyond biological and ecological studies, tasks associated with work performed under this contract include civil works investigations, environmental planning and compliance, cultural services, water resource services, computer data management services, and natural disaster emergency planning and preparedness services.
To meet the objectives of the Biological and Ecological Studies Program, including providing high quality professional and technical services and supporting the overall USACE mission, EAS will lead a team of 13 subcontractors providing depth and breadth of experience and qualifications across the entire scope of work. Together we share a commitment to sustaining the environment to secure the mission, lessening natural-resources related restrictions for mission readiness, and proactive measure for species management.