Tetra Tech Wins $45 Million Federal Architect-Engineer Contract

Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEK) announced today that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) awarded Tetra Tech a $45 million contract to provide architecture and engineering design services.

Under this five-year contract, Tetra Tech will provide engineering services to design state-of-the-art facilities and renovate existing structures. Tetra Tech architects and engineers will support all phases of the project life cycle—from master planning and program development through final engineering design using Building Information Modelling software to generate design and construction deliverables. Tetra Tech will perform advanced analytics to incorporate sustainable and green design elements into vertical infrastructure projects, including LEED building certification.

“Tetra Tech has provided architect-engineer services to the Middle East District for more than 10 years,” said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech Chairman and CEO. “We are pleased to continue delivering innovative infrastructure solutions using state-of-the-art tools to support the U.S. military.”

About Tetra Tech

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of high-end consulting and engineering services for projects worldwide. With 20,000 associates working together, Tetra Tech provides clear solutions to complex problems in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. We are Leading with Science® to provide sustainable and resilient solutions for our clients. For more information about Tetra Tech, please visit tetratech.com, follow us on Twitter (@TetraTech), or like us on Facebook.

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