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Los Alamos National Laboratory today announced it has selected two small businesses to compete for up to $80 million in well drilling and groundwater monitoring work.
The work will strengthen the Lab’s ability to address groundwater monitoring requirements and contribute important data to LANL’s investigation of Cold War-era waste sites.
“Being able to efficiently drill new wells that produce quality groundwater samples is critical to completing our cleanup goals,” said Michael Graham, the Lab’s associate director for Environmental Programs. “And the fact that this work will go to local businesses is great.”
The two companies selected are TerranearPMC, LLC and Eberline Services, Inc. Both have long-established Los Alamos offices, significant local workforces, and qualify as Northern New Mexico businesses under LANL procurement rules.
Under a contracting vehicle known as a Master Task Order Agreement, the two companies will compete for individual tasks in LANL’s well program. The agreement term is three years, with two additional optional years.
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