Woolpert wins place in $266M EPA contract

Woolpert was founded in 1911 by Charlton D. Putnam. LISA POWELL / STAFF
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Woolpert was founded in 1911 by Charlton D. Putnam. LISA POWELL / STAFF

Beavercreek engineering firm Woolpert is part of a five-year, $266 million contract for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The firm said it will provide the EPA with a geographic information system (GIS), remote sensing data and consulting services in support of an overall five-year infrastructure information technology contract.

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The EPA will consolidate a number of services under one contract, which is valued at $266 million total, Woolpert said.

Woolpert—a national architecture, engineering and geospatial firm—will perform GIS analysis, generate metadata and other services pertaining to emergency response, environmental due diligence and Superfund site work, the Beavercreek company said.

Work is expected to begin in July.

With about 24 offices across the U.S., Woolpert has 213 employees in Beavercreek and more than 600 across the country.