The USACE contract expands Stantec`s services to the District of Baltimore. Stantec currently offers project management, architecture, interior architecture, static, landscape architecture and land surveying for the new Forces Battalion Operations Facility at the Humphreys Engineer Center in Alexandria, Virginia. The location of each project under this new IDIQ contract is defined by individual work orders that will be assigned at a later date. This press release was written and distributed by Stantec Inc. With more than 22,000 employees, Stantec is considered by Engineering News Record to be among the top ten of the world`s leading design and architectural firm among the top ten of the architectural firm. According to USACE, the dredging equipment for the project will come from routine dredging of the Federal Navigation Channel Tiger Pass, which begins south of the Venice Marina. The total cost of planning is estimated at $1.6 million under a 75% /25 per cent federal cost-sharing agreement without the federal level and will create approximately 150 hectares of new habitat. The non-federal sponsor, which is responsible for up to $410,000 in design costs, is the Port Harbor and Terminal District (PPHTD) plate mine. Once the project is complete, the project will depend on the next periodic or special funding for the Tiger Pass dredging. Colonel Stephen F. Murphy, chief of the District of New Orleans and Sanders, was at hand to execute the documents. Port Commissioners Benny Rousselle and Trudy Newberry, Port Deputy Director Paul Matthews and Plaquemines Coastal Director John Helmers also participated in the signing.

We are designers, engineers, scientists and project managers and innovate at the interface of community, creativity and customer relationship. Balancing these priorities leads to projects that improve the quality of life in communities around the world. Stantec`s communities are fundamental. Whether around the corner or around the world, they offer a base, a sense of place and belonging. That`s why in Stantec, we always design with a view of the community. „Since the 1970s, we have been supporting the Army Corps of Engineers with architectural and engineering services in military and civil construction projects in the continental United States, the Middle East and Europe,“ said Will Bynum, Account Manager at Stantec USACE. „We look forward to continuing to develop our track record of providing high-quality projects that are truly part of the communities they serve, and to covering the full range of interdisciplinary architecture and engineering services.“ The USACE Baltimore District contract builds on stantec`s long history of providing project services to USACE worldwide. The company currently holds contracts for military, environmental and construction programs with 18 U.S. DISTRICTs, including Savannah, Wilmington, Mobile, Louisville, Huntington, St.

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