Ecology & Environment Inc. has won a contract that could be worth as much as $25 million during the next five years to provide management and engineering support to the U.S. Department of Energy in Idaho.
The Lancaster-based environmental services firm said the contract, which is one of four awarded by the energy department, calls for E&E to provide management and professional services, as well as engineering and technical work.
The company will be involved with nuclear materials production, as well as nuclear energy safety and operations, and waste and transportation management work.
The contract will be managed from E&E's Idaho Falls, Idaho, office.
E&E also said its Venezuelan subsidiary has won a contract worth about $400,000 to study the impact of oil development in eastern Venezuela, especially in the Orinoco Delta region.
The contract from Petroleos de Venezuela, the national oil company, calls for E&E to analyze the environmental impact and come up with a development plan for the region.