Parsons contracted for munitions services

PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 14 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has contracted Parsons for the company to support environmental restoration through providing munitions services.

California-based Parsons was awarded the five-year deal to support the Army Corps of Engineers' Baltimore district installations.


Parsons, which has been contracted by the Army Corps of Engineers since the 1990s, will provide environmental restoration to installations contaminated with munitions and explosives, along with other requirements, as part of the munitions services program.

"Parsons has been providing military munitions services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at worldwide locations for 15 years, including support to the Baltimore Corps at the Spring Valley Formerly Used Defense Site in Washington, D.C., so we are proud to continue our work with the Corps," Tom Roell, Parsons Group president, said in a statement.

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