Current Government Contracts
ER is currently the primary responder to the USEPA, providing multiple emergency and rapid response services for incidents covering 43 states across the United States. These competitively awarded long-term contracts have a value of over $3B. Each of these contracts requires immediate response to emergency and time-critical hazardous waste situations where human health or the environment is threatened. ER routinely is tasked to remediate unstable or unsafe hazardous waste sites, as well as respond to local, regional and national emergencies as brought on by national disasters, terrorist events, chemical releases, and oil spills.
ER was also prime contractor, as part of a joint venture agreement, providing environmental dredging, material handling and technical expertise in support of the cleanup of the Great Lakes as led by the Great Lakes National Program Office (GLNPO). As such, we were awarded two contracts for over $450M of sediment remediation from 2011 to 2020 (GLNPO Cleanup Services I & II).
Additionally, ER currently holds the following contracts: State of MO Department of Natural Resource (MDNR) Hazardous Substance Cleanup and Disposal; Emergency Response for the States of MO, KS, ME, VT, RI, and the City of Atlanta, GA; and The Cincinnati / Northern KY International Airport
Biohazard Cleanup Services.
History With The USEPA
ER has managed and executed more than 2,500 projects for the USEPA. These projects include emergency response, large multi-phased planned remediation projects, residential excavation / restoration projects, mine site remediation, facility demolition / decontamination and remediation / restoration services in support of nearly all categories of hazardous wastes.
History With The USACE
ER holds numerous DoD contracts, including: USACE St. Louis PRAC; USACE Kansas City AEC Unrestricted IDIQ PRAC; USACE Omaha AEC Unrestricted Rapid Response Contract; NAVFAC; MACRAC; and Nationwide Contracts with the United States Coast Guard.
Additionally, ER was the prime contractor to the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for remediation of Libby, Montana. Libby, a National Priorities List (NPL) site grossly contaminated with asbestos, was the first site ever to be declared a Public Health Emergency by USEPA. ER was the primary remediation contractor on site in Libby from 2002 to 2019, and removed over one million cubic yards of contaminated soils from residential and public properties. ER decontaminated home interiors, removed insulations containing vermiculite from attic spaces, and responded to emergency releases of potentially contaminated materials.
An Excellent Reputation
ER has earned our reputation of providing excellent work across complex environmental response, remediation and construction projects completed for our government contracts. Our FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation) compliant purchasing system, DCAA Approved Accounting System, compliant QC Program, experienced Program Management personnel and job execution are the reasons for our continued growth as a contractor for the federal government.
As a government contractor, our performance is reviewed annually by the agencies with whom we work through the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARs).
ER is awarded government contracts as a small business (NAICS) 562910.