The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works has selected ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a global consulting and digital services provider, for a new contract to provide on-call environmental compliance, mitigation and community outreach services to support a broad range of water resources infrastructure projects. The contract, which was awarded by the Water Resources Branch, has a multimillion dollar ceiling value and a term of four years, including one three-year base and a one-year option.
“Water is a precious commodity in drought-prone states like California and it is vitally important that we protect the storage and distribution of this valuable resource,” said David Freytag, senior vice president for ICF. “ICF is excited to work with Los Angeles County to maintain and improve its water infrastructure to ensure the safety, reliability and availability of water to the citizens of this growing region.”
Through the new agreement, ICF will provide water resources support throughout Los Angeles County’s service area, including projects and facilities in the Los Angeles River and surrounding waterways and watersheds in southern California. This support will include as-needed environmental, biological and cultural services for various county projects addressing water resources, watershed management, water quality, supply, conservation, flood control and related improvements.
For over 30 years, ICF has supported some of California’s most important, complex and controversial water projects including operational improvements to the California State Water Project and Central Valley Project, two of the largest public water and power developments and conveyances in the world. ICF also has a long history of providing on-call environmental services to other major public works and water and infrastructure agencies throughout the region and state.
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