Our current contracts

ANAMAR strives to meet our federal partner’s needs through multiple contract vehicles. This includes a mixture of single award task order contracts (SATOCs/Single Award IDIQs), multiple award task order contracts (MATOCs/Multiple Award IDIQs), and interagency and best-in-class contract vehicles, including the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS).

GSA Contract

ANAMAR is experienced in meeting the needs of our government agency clients using the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) . This government-wide contract enables agencies to access ANAMAR’s services without relying on agency-specific contract vehicles. We can provide contact information for the appropriate GSA representative to assist in meeting your agency’s needs.

GSA schedule Special Item Numbers

  • 541620 Environmental Consulting Services
  • OLM Order-Level Materials

GSA Brochure

Contract Number



Multiple Award Schedule (formerly Federal Supply Schedule)

Indefinite Delivery Contracts

GSA Federal Acquisition Service (FAS)

Contract PIID


Current Option End Date

May 14, 2025



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Scope of work

Special Item Number (SIN) 541620 – Services include providing advice and assistance to businesses and other organizations on environmental issues, such as the control of environmental contamination from pollutants, toxic substances, and hazardous materials; Endangered species, wetland, watershed, and other natural resource management plans; Archeological and/or cultural resource management plans. This includes identifying problems (e.g., inspect buildings for hazardous materials), measure and evaluate risks, and recommend solutions.

Multi disciplined staff of scientists, engineers, and other technicians with expertise in areas, such as air and water quality, asbestos contamination, remediation, ecological restoration, and environmental law such as Planning and Documentation Services for the development, planning, facilitation, coordination, and documentation of and/or for environmental initiatives (or mandates such as Executive Order 13693 in areas of chemical, radiological, and/or hazardous materials; ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) and sustainable performance measure development; Environmental Assessment (EA) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) preparation under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

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The GSA schedule can be used for dredged material evaluations and related studies, including contracts greater than $100,000. Federal navigation channel sediment characterization and ocean dredged material disposal site (ODMDS) monitoring task orders for US Army Corps of Engineers Districts have been successfully completed using this contract vehicle. Solicitations can be made on a tradeoff basis and can be small business or woman-owned small business set-aside contracts.

US Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District

Contract PIID


  • General Environmental Services for Dredged Material Evaluation
  • 5-year single award task order contract (SATOC)

Contract End Date

August 2027


$7.5 million

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Scope of work

The contractor shall furnish all personnel, facilities, plant, equipment, materials, supplies, travel and  services necessary to conduct any investigation and to prepare any report as specified in this contract and in  subsequent task order(s). Services anticipated to be ordered consist of: 

Evaluation of dredged material for placement suitability and assessment of dredged material effects to terrestrial, marine, estuarine, and freshwater environments, including: 

  • Collection of water, sediment, elutriate, benthos, nekton and tissue samples; 
  • Performance and analysis of various complex laboratory analysis, including chemical, contaminant, nutrient content, grain- size, bioassay and bioaccumulation studies; 
  • Preparation of Section 103 Evaluation reports according to guidance under the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act (MPRSA) and other guidance documents including the Regional Implementation Agreement (RIA), Inland Testing Manual (ITM) and Green Book; 
  • Preparation of Section 404(b)(1) compliance evaluation and Section 404 sediment evaluations pursuant to the Clean Water Act (CWA); 
  • Run and interpret data from models, Automated Dredging Disposal Alternatives Modeling System (ADDAMS), Trophic Trace, Bioaccumulation Risk Assessment Modeling System (BRAMS), Biological Evaluation Screening Tool (BEST), etc.; 
  • Determine environmental impacts for the beneficial use of dredged material.

Support services and special studies, including: 

  • Management and monitoring of Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Sites (ODMDS), preparation of MPRSA Section 102 site designations, and formation of Site Management and Monitoring Plans (SMMP); 
  • Preparation of documents to evaluate the beneficial use of dredged material in compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related environmental laws and requirements; 
  • Provide data, evaluation and summaries in various delivery formats including contaminant reports, electronic submissions to the Galveston District and in-state and national databases to include Sediment Analysis Geo-App (SAGA); 
  • Conduct other special studies or operations as specified under individual Task Orders
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US Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District

IDIQ for Geotechnical Design, Core Drilling and Lab Testing within the Jacksonville District


US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District

Contract Type

Multiple award task order contract (MATOC)

Teaming Firms
  • Gannett Fleming, Inc. (W912EP-20-D-0001)
  • Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc. (W912EP-20-D-0002)
  • CSI Geo/Tierra South Florida JV (W912EP-21-D-0003)

Contract End Date

November 2024


$24.5 million

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Scope of work

The services will consist of geotechnical sampling analysis and design, preparation of contract documents, engineering during construction support, and geotechnical testing. Services will be predominantly for civil works projects, support for military projects, and support for other agencies.

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The primary purpose of these contracts is to provide services for projects located within the geographic boundaries of the Jacksonville District. Secondarily, the contracts may be used to provide services within the geographic boundaries of the other U.S. Army Corps of Engineers districts within the South Atlantic Division.