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Caltrans Selects ICF for Transportation Infrastructure Services Contracts
The first agreement, which was awarded in the first quarter, is a re-compete contract to provide ongoing statewide National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) policy and program support to Caltrans Headquarters operations, continuing and expanding work the company has performed since 2006. This includes developing policies and procedures for the transportation department's environmental program and responding to emerging regulations and requirements as needed.
"ICF has been consistently prompt and professional in every way, and Caltrans would be hard pressed to perform federal NEPA and other responsibilities without the support of their expert staff," said
The second agreement, which was awarded in the first quarter, is a new contract supporting
"ICF brings nationwide experience with federal environmental and transportation policy and a solid understanding of the Caltrans organization both at the state and district levels," said
Since 1988, ICF has supported Caltrans and its various districts with a wide range of environmental services. With these new agreements, the company now provides environmental services to Caltrans headquarters and 11 of its 12 districts in either a prime or subcontractor position. Combined with its recent selection to provide water infrastructure services to
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