BURLINGAME, Calif., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- ECC was awarded a $29.5 million, multiple-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) Multiple Award Environmental Services (MAES) contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Baltimore District. ECC will provide a wide range of environmental remediation services under performance based statements of work to clean up hazardous, toxic waste (HTW) sites in support of the USACE Baltimore District and its customers. Although not the primary focus of the contract, ECC must also be prepared to remediate ordnance and radioactive contaminants. The environmental services contract scope of work includes investigations and studies, design and engineering, remedial and removal actions, and operations and maintenance (O&M). Work will be performed within the USACE North Atlantic Division and its mission areas, which include 14 US northeastern states, the Nation's capital, and the Europe District. The ECC team is led by James Costello, MAES Program Manager, who has 23 years of HTW experience and is the former Program Manager of a USACE Baltimore MARC. He will be supported by more than 800 highly experienced professionals across 19 regional team offices, including long-term USACE Baltimore District contractor, Malcolm Pirnie. ECC's President & CEO and MAES Corporate Sponsor, Manjiv S. Vohra, expressed pleasure about winning this important contract, and emphasized the long and positive relationship that ECC has maintained as a prime contractor with the USACE. He stated, "While ECC has been working with a number of other Districts within the North Atlantic Division since 1997, we are excited about the opportunity to now work with the Baltimore District. We look forward to developing strong business relationships with them and their clients." ECC is a full-service HTW contractor with more than 22 years of Federal contracting experience with the USACE, as well as 10 years of experience in the North Atlantic Division. We provide a broad range of services to support our clients' missions, including environmental and radiological remediation, design/build construction, O&M, and munitions response. ECC serves a variety of U.S. government agencies, including the Army, Air Force, Navy, Department of State, and Department of Energy. For more information about ECC, please visit us on the Web at http://www.ecc.net.