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Concord’s Nobis Engineering part of huge, 10-year EPA contract for Superfund  cleanup



Monitor staff
Sunday, August 05, 2018

Nobis Engineering of Concord has won a portion of a $320 million, 10-year contract from the EPA for field work and analytical support of cleanup of Superfund sites throughout the Northeast.

Nobis is among as many as 10 firms that won a portion of the contract, said Scott Harding, director of federal services for the company. The contract will largely be a replacement for an existing EPA contract that winds up next year, although it expands the geographic area that the company will cover to include New York, New Jersey and some mid-Atlantic states, Harding said.

The current contract has been held for 12 years. They are generally updated every decade, he said.

“It maintains our workload, and certainly secures work another 10 years with EPA, which is a great client,” he said. “They’ve been in the news lately … but overall they do great things.”

“It allows us to keep a lot of engineers and scientists involved,” he said. Nobis employs a total about 80 people, with offices in Massachusetts and Connecticut.