Featured Sustaining Member Firms for January 2019

  •  AECOM
  • Aguirre Project Resources (APR) LLC
  • Alliance Geotechnical Group
  • Aptim Federal Services, LLC
  • ARCADIS, U.S., Inc
  • Atkins
  • Aviation Alliance Inc.
  • Basecom Inc.
  • Burns & McDonnell

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Local knowledge. World-class expertise.

Whether it’s designing and constructing healthcare facilities at Fort Sam Houston, renovating historic facilities at Joint Base San Antonio, rehabilitating runways at Laughlin Air Force Base, designing flood protection for the Dallas Floodway, or master planning Fort Bliss using geographic information systems, we’re proud to support mission-critical projects in our own backyards.

With more than 2,300 employees living and working in Texas, AECOM can quickly mobilize the right resources to ensure that you receive the best of both worlds: local knowledge and world-class expertise.

See what else we’re doing to help deliver your mission. Visit aecom.com/government


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Alliance Geotechnical Group (AGG) was established in 1999 and is one of the largest minority employee owned firm in the DFW Metroplex that provides the following professional services:

  • Construction Materials Engineering & Inspection
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Forensic Investigations
  • Civil Inspections

AGG’s philosophy of excellence and quality in project delivery and client service is undergirded by its management and employee ownership structure. Thereby, AGG is able to attract and keep the best employees who are true partners with vested interests in the outcome of every project. Through this approach, client service moves beyond business philosophy and becomes the basis of business practice.


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Arcadis is one of the world’s largest organizations providing comprehensive engineering, environmental and architectural services to federal clients worldwide.  For 75+ years, we’ve delivered performance-based environmental solutions, premiere water management, and energy and architectural expertise to fully meet federal demands. Our strong international presence includes 28,000 staff in 70 countries providing sustainable solutions worldwide.

 Arcadis currently partners with the USACE Southwest Division for landfill closure, munitions clearance, and RCRA facility investigations at the Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant, fence to fence investigation/remediation at Joint Base McGuire-Dix Lakehurst, development of protective coastal barriers in the Houston area, and site investigations for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) at Army Installations nationwide.  www.arcadis.com


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Atkins, a member of SNC-Lavalin, provides comprehensive engineering, architectural, and consulting services for the federal marketplace, including every branch of the military. Our network of offices throughout North America is staffed with planners, engineers, architects, and technical professionals supporting projects ranging from planning and asset management to design and construction, as well as program management services. Since 1963, we have been working on projects for the DoD and have a proven track record of contract support with the USACE, Army installations, USN NAVFAC, USAF Major Commands, Air Force bases, and other DoD and non-DoD agencies. Together we protect what matters.


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At Burns & McDonnell, our engineers, architects, construction professionals, scientists and consultants do more than plan, design and construct. With a mission unchanged since 1898 — to make our clients successful — our more than 6,000 professionals partner with you on the toughest challenges, constantly working to make the world an amazing place. Burns & McDonnell has a long history of service to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. This includes IDIQ contracts for the Fort Worth, Albuquerque, Kansas City, Louisville, Mobile, New York, Omaha, Savannah, Sacramento, Seattle and Tulsa Districts.



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