Tetra Tech receives $489 million contract for demilitarization programs

Tetra Tech, Inc., announced on Thursday that it has received a $489 million indefinite quantity/indefinite delivery contract to give technical support and program management for chemical weapons demilitarization programs throughout the U.S.

The technical services and management company, based in Pasadena, California, is one of five companies to receive the contract. Tetra Tech will support the U.S. Army's Chemical Materials Agency and the Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives program over the next five years.

Under the terms of the CMA program and Integration Support V contract, the company will also assist the agency in the management of its chemical stockpile emergency preparedness and non-stockpile chemical material programs.

Tetra Tech will provide various integration, technical and program management services to support the destruction of chemical agents and related materials. Tetra Tech's support will include logistics support, safety, quality assurance, operations and maintenance, monitoring, design and environmental studies services.

The PAIS V contract activities will allow the U.S. Army to comply with international chemical weapons conventions and progress toward the closure of chemical agent stockpile and disposal facilities.

Tetra Tech is a major provider of technical, construction management, program management, engineering and consulting services. The company provides innovative solutions to complex programs focused on the environment, natural resources, infrastructure and more. Tetra Tech has more than 13,000 employees around the world.