LOWELL, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TRC Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TRR) announced today that it signed a contract with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) for on-call environmental engineering services. The Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract is for a three-year term with a potential option for an additional two years of annual extensions and is funded for $19.9 million.
Metro serves as transportation planner and coordinator, designer, builder and operator for Los Angeles County’s public transit system now serving more than nine million people within its 1,433-square-mile service area. Besides operating over 2,000 peak-hour buses on an average weekday, Metro also designed, built and now operates 73.1 miles of rail lines. TRC will be called upon to work on specifically scoped task orders in support of Metro’s environmental engineering program.
“TRC was selected as the most qualified firm resulting from our RFP process,” said Bruce Warrensford, Metro Director of Contract Administration, Construction. “We look forward to working with them on our ambitious environmental program.”
“We are pleased to support Metro’s program over the next several years and hope to build upon the work we provided the Authority over the past four years,” said David Zarider, TRC Senior Vice President. “It is particularly important to us since we contemplate expanding beyond our services in the areas of environmental assessment, engineering design, remediation, compliance, and construction oversight, into the emerging areas of, sustainability, climate change services, and energy efficiency for Metro.”
TRC creates and implements sophisticated and innovative solutions to the challenges facing America’s environmental, energy, and infrastructure markets and is a leading provider of technical, financial, risk management, and construction services to commercial and government customers across the country. For more information, visit TRC’s website at www.TRCsolutions.com.
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