The agreement is a five-year indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with a ceiling value of US$12.5 million. It marks Fugro’s third consecutive mapping contract with the Corps, making this a partnership that has spanned more than 30 years.
“Our long-standing collaboration with the USACE has produced a multitude of products utilising numerous evolving technologies and methods over the years,” said David White, senior vice president of Fugro Geospatial. “We look forward to continuing our valued partnership and providing geospatial solutions to the St. Louis District in the coming years.”
Mapping completed under this contract will support the Corps’ Center of Expertise for Photogrammetric Mapping in their endeavours to provide full service, rapid response photogrammetric mapping. Task orders from the contract will span the range of geospatial services that Fugro offers, including photogrammetry, LiDAR elevation mapping, oblique imagery solutions, remote sensing, topographic and planimetric mapping, land use/land cover analysis and disaster response services.
Under this contract, task orders are issued from the St. Louis District and its partner agencies, including other Corps districts and laboratories, the Department of Defense and other local, state and federal government entities.