The Department of Defense has awarded a $25-million environmental services contract to Landscape Management Systems Inc. of Tumon, Guam.
According to the defense.gov website the work calls for the management of hazardous waste, hazardous materials, and the cleanup and disposal of other regulated waste that may be stored or spilled within the area of operations of Joint Region Marianas.
The contract requires Landscape Management Systems to operate and manage a conforming less-than-90-day storage facility; manage satellite accumulation sites and initial accumulation points; and to provide daily collection and disposal of hazardous waste, hazardous materials and other regulated waste.
In addition the company will be called on to respond to oil and hazardous substance spills; as well as sample, test and conduct laboratory analysis of regulated hazardous waste, and the assessment of waste of unknown origin.
Landscape Management Systems will also be responsible for the occasional management, collection and disposal of non-hazardous waste.
It is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
All the work will be performed on Guam.
The term of the contract is not to exceed 60 months with an expected completion date of April 2025.
An initial task order of $1,940,318 which has already been awarded is coming from the Navy’s fiscal 2020 operations and maintenance account.
These funds are to be used for the mobilization and base period of recurring work at all supported components and tenant commands under JRM. This funding will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.
Future task orders will also be primarily funded by the Navy’s operations and maintenance account.
The contract was competitively bid on the Federal Business Opportunities website.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Marianas, Guam, awarded the contract to Landscape Management Systems from two proposals that were received.