National Science Foundation Awards Jacobs Environmental Compliance Support Services Contract; Jan Walstrom Quoted

Jeff Brody

Jacobs announced on Tuesday that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has chosen the company to provide environmental planning, compliance analyses, and associated reports and documentation services under a blanket purchase agreement.

"As a long-term partner to NSF, our team is ready to address the agency's environmental requirements and expectations by continuing our collaboration and providing quality execution, responsiveness, innovation, tailored resources and solutions excellence," said Jacobs Buildings, Infrastructure and Advanced Facilities Global Environmental Solutions Senior Vice President and General Manager Jan Walstrom.

The scope of work cannot exceed 66 months and will include supporting NSF’s environmental compliance obligations through the preparation of full life-cycle Environmental Impact Statements (EISs) and Environmental Assessments (EAs). 

Additional services may also include preparation of documents, analyses, studies and correspondence in support of NSF's compliance with such laws as the National Historic Preservation Act, Endangered Species Act, the Marine Mammal Protection Act, Coastal Zone Management Act and the Clean Water Act, as well as applicable presidential executive orders.

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