Sundance believes that the best environmental companies are good stewards of the land who assume responsibility for the oversight and protection of our natural and cultural resources. Sundance achieves this through responsible use, protection and restoration of our environment for the plants, the animals and the people that rely upon it.
Sundance is proud to announce that it has been chosen to receive Environmental Business Journal’s (EBJ) 15th annual Small Firms (Revenues less than $15 million) award for achievements in 2016.
The USACE Albuquerque District awarded Sundance a $3.8 million-dollar contract to perform investigative, monitoring, and remediation services at the Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB) Bulk Fuels Facility (BFF) located in New Mexico. The KAFB BFF site involves soil and groundwater contamination from a fuel leak. Tasks include a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Facility Investigation, a Soil Vapor Monitoring Optimization Plan; Geographic Information Systems and Technical Meeting Support. In addition, up to five groundwater monitoring wells will be installed and monitored. These tasks will extend through September 2022.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) awarded Sundance a $1.6 million-dollar contract with an additional $14.4 million in options, under the Buy Indian Act, to manage the BIA’s Environmental Management, Assessment, and Performance (EMAP) Program. The BIA EMAP Program verifies performance of Indian Affairs (IA) program operations and activities toward achieving and maintaining compliance with federally enforceable environmental and safety requirements to protect human health, welfare and the environment by conducting comprehensive environmental compliance audits at IA owned and/or operated facilities throughout the United States. This work is scheduled through September 2022.
The USACE Albuquerque District awarded Sundance a $1.1 million-dollar contract with an additional $2.7 million in options to provide administrative, data management, website, FWDA administrative record and environmental restoration program control support services. The project delivery team for this contract consists of the USACE Albuquerque and Fort Worth Districts, Fort Wingate government personnel and the Base Realignment and Closure government agency. This work is scheduled through July 2021.
The USACE Omaha District awarded a $7 million-dollar Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) to Sundance with its joint venture partner EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC. The defined BPA tasks include the development of environmental analysis and support for natural and cultural resources and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) tasks. These tasks may also include NEPA support, the collection of natural resource data for the support of Department of Defense (DoD) land management actions, development of federal installation Wildland Fire Management Plans and forest management assistance, wetland delineation, cultural resources support, and the migration of data from existing natural resources management plans into the DoD E-plan applications. Project sites for this BPA are located throughout the contiguous United States, Hawaii, Alaska, and U.S. Territories. This work is scheduled through September 2022.
The USACE Alaska District awarded a $48 million-dollar Indefinite Delivery Architect-Engineer Services Multiple Award Task Order Contact to Sundance with its partner EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC. Tasks include investigation, planning and design for cleanup of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Wastes, debris, military munitions response, and other environmental contaminants at various locations in Alaska and the Pacific Rim. This work is scheduled through July 2022.
The Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) awarded a $32 million-dollar contact to Sundance with its partner EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC. Tasks include providing a wide range of environmental services which include facility maintenance activities, construction and demolition, remediation and disposition of Munitions and Explosives of Concern, and Quantitative Assessments on operational ranges that will provide information necessary to keep the ranges open for training and testing. Work will be performed at properties within the control of APG and Garrison Supported Organizations. This work is scheduled through September 2020.
Sundance, the managing partner for SUNSi JV LLC, a joint venture, is pleased to announce the receipt of a five year IDIQ from the DOE-EMCBC with a ceiling amount of $4 million. Under this IDIQ SUNSi will provide mission support services across the environmental complex at the highest levels of program planning, definition, execution and evaluation. Support areas include quality assurance support, safety support (including nuclear safety), radiological protection support, emergency management support, and technical writing support.
Sundance, with its Joint Venture partner – EA Engineering, Science and Technology, Inc., PBC recent won a $49 million dollar Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific Division Natural Resource Management Services Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. This contract covers natural resources and cultural resources in Hawaii, Guam. Marianas, Japan and other South Pacific locations.
Teaming with Alfred Benesch & Company, Sundance is under contract to the Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs , Office of Facilities, Property, and Safety Management , Division of Safety and Risk Management in support of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Bureau of Indian Education Safety Management System.
Sundance is pleased to announce the receipt of one of four IDIQ contracts from the USDA Forest Service. The IDIQ has a ceiling amount of $990,000. Under this IDIQ Sundance will provide cultural resource surveys, historic context documentation and site monitoring for the Umatilla National Forest.