CH2M Awarded $600M USAID Global Architect-Engineer Services II IDIQ Contract
DENVER, CO CH2M announces that it was awarded a five-year global indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for architect-engineer (A-E) services with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The IDIQ contract has a $600 million ceiling focusing on water, environmental, energy, and telecom services in developing countries to improve the quality of life.
As part of the A&E II contract, CH2M's A-E services include the engineering design, construction supervision, and related services to support USAID's mission of promoting sustainable development globally.
"CH2M has been proud to support USAID since 1978, and we are honored to have been selected for this important USAID contract," said Mark Rigatti, CH2M's Federal Sector Director. "At the core of our values is a deep commitment to partner with our clients to lay the foundation for human progress by turning challenge into opportunity. USAID's values align with our efforts to develop sustainable infrastructure, empower women, and protecting and creating economic opportunity for citizens worldwide."
With the mission of ending extreme global poverty and enabling resilient, democratic societies to realize their potential, USAID administers the U.S. foreign assistance program in more than 100 countries worldwide.