ECC Awarded an AFCEE 2009 WERC Contract

BURLINGAME, Calif., Dec. 5 /PRNewswire/ — ECC received one of 20 awards
for a 5-year, $3 billion 2009 Worldwide Environmental Restoration and
Construction (WERC) contract from the Air Force Center for Engineering and the
Environment (AFCEE). The contract involves the full range of remediation,
environmental and traditional construction, munitions response, and associated
engineering and regulatory support services at multiple, geographically
dispersed locations worldwide.

Of the 20 contracts awarded, ECC received one of 10 unrestricted awards.
Five contracts were awarded to small businesses, three to 8(a) small
disadvantaged businesses, and two to service-disabled veteran-owned small

Manjiv S. Vohra, PE, ECC’s President and CEO, commented on the award, “We
are very pleased that AFCEE has chosen us to support their mission. We have
been a part of the AFCEE team for many years and are pleased that AFCEE
considers us a trusted partner.”

AFCEE continues to be one of ECC’s top clients. Working under four
separate ID/IQ contracts, ECC has executed more than 156 task orders valued at
over $1.5 billion in remediation, construction, and other services across the
world. In dollar volume alone, ECC is AFCEE’s number one contractor under
their current 2003 WERC and 2006 Heavy Engineering Repair & Construction
(HERC) contracts.

Mr. Vohra continues, “We’re anticipating AFCEE to award more CONUS
environmental work under this contract, and we’re excited about this because
we have a long and positive record working with AFCEE on environmental
remediation contracts in the U.S. ECC’s employee-owners and our team members
stand ready to take on difficult challenges required by our clients’ mission.”

Established in 1985, ECC provides a complete range of services to support
its clients’ missions, including environmental remediation, design-build
construction, operations and maintenance, and munitions response. ECC serves
several U.S. government agencies, including the Army, Air Force, Navy,
Department of State, and Department of Energy.

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