Press Release Source: TRC Companies, Inc. On Wednesday June 29, 2011, 9:00 am EDT
LOWELL, MA–(Marketwire – 06/29/11) – TRC Companies, Inc. (NYSE:TRR – News) announced today that the team of TRC and Dvirka and Bartilucci Consulting Engineers (D&B) has been awarded a 7-year contract worth up to $ 50 million to provide standby engineering services to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC). Under the contract, TRC may be issued work assignments by the Department’s Division of Environmental Remediation at sites connected with its Hazardous Waste, Hazardous Substance and Petroleum Spill Response Programs.
“TRC is proud to support New York State and the DEC in its environmental remediation efforts,” said Chris Vincze, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “We are committed to helping the State clean up impaired properties, restore the environment and protect residents. We look forward to delivering solutions on the many difficult projects related to this contract.”
Along with team member D&B, TRC will be involved in projects to clean up Brownfields and State Superfund sites. TRC will deliver engineering services for remedial investigations/feasibility studies; design of remedial actions; site response activities/interim remedial measures; remedial construction; site management; and potentially responsible party and third party oversight and search activities.
A pioneer in groundbreaking scientific and engineering developments since the 1960s, TRC is a national engineering, consulting and construction management firm that provides integrated services to the energy, environmental and infrastructure markets. TRC serves a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects from initial concept to delivery and operation. TRC delivers results that enable clients to achieve success in a complex and changing world. For more information, visit TRC’s website at www.TRCsolutions.com.
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