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.
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 membership in the Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA), a trade organization representing businesses to both government and commercial clients. Sundance looks forward to participating in ETEBA hosted events across the U.S. to strengthen our position in the environmental, energy, and engineering sectors.
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 $990.000.00. Under this IDIQ Sundance will provide cultural resource surveys, historic context documentation and site monitoring for the Umatilla National Forest.
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 $4,000,000.00. 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.
Sundance has been granted a Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) service provider license for use of any byproduct, source, and/or special nuclear material. The license will allow Sundance to manage and perform remediation of radiologically contaminated sites and facilities, expanding the Company’s remediation experience portfolio and establishing Sundance as a preferred remediation company for the DoD and DOE.
Sundance has awarded a contract to provide a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) at Fort Wingate Depot Activity (FWDA) in Gallup, New Mexico. The objective of the project is to inspect and maintain storm water controls at the Hazardous Waste Management Unit (HWMU).