Mabbett & Associates, Joint Venture Win GSA Contracts

They are the two prime contractors for a new award to provide industrial hygiene and environmental technical support services in about 200 federally owned, occupied, or leased buildings in the National Capital Region.

The General Services Administration has awarded five-year contracts to Mabbett & Associates Inc. and a joint venture of Arc Environmental Inc. and TTL Environmental Ltd. to provide a range of technical support services, including industrial hygiene, safety, asbestos, lead paint, and environmental and OSH consulting, for about 200 federally owned, occupied, or leased buildings in the National Capital Region. The five-year, $6 million contracts won by Mabbett and the joint venture require on-call rapid response and single-day evaluation projects, among other things.

Susan Smits, CHMM, CET, who manages the contract at Bedford, Mass.-based Mabbett, said most of the personnel who will provide those services are employees in Mabbett’s Alexandria, Va., regional office. Stacy Kahatapitiya, CHMM, division manager for Baltimore-based Arc Environmental, said the personnel already providing services under the contract the joint venture won are employees of Arc Environmental and TTL Environmental Ltd., not subcontractors.

From 2009 to 2012, Mabbett held one of five previous contracts to provide IH and environmental services for the National Capital Region.

"We appreciate the opportunity to continue to serve GSA-NCR on this important contract and GSA-NCR's confidence in Mabbett," Smits said. "We look forward to continuing to deliver high-quality, well-managed, and responsive service in support of GSA's mission and federal customers."

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