FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. AWARDED USACE SOUTH ATLANTIC DIVISION $50M ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION SERVICES HUBZONE MATOC
October, 2016 - FPM Remediations, Inc. was awarded a $50M, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), HUBZone-set aside, Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division (SAD) Jacksonville District. FPM Remediations, Inc. will provide a full range of environmental remediation services to include remediation; compliance; restoration; conservation; pollution prevention; storm water, erosion and sediment control; facilities maintenance, inspection, and energy management; and other environmental-related services to the states within the SAD area of responsibility, including Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virginia Islands. FPM Remediations, Inc. looks forward to providing environmental remediation services to the Jacksonville District and the SAD out of our St. Petersburg, FL office and continuing to support the Department of Defense in the Southeast.


MARIE MASBAD AWARDED SAME SAN ANTONIO POST REGIONAL VP'S AWARD
September, 2016 - At the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) San Antonio Post Meeting, Marie was awarded the Regional Vice President's award for her service to SAME. Ms. Marie Masbad, Young Member (YM), continues to be a superb leader and exemplary member of the San Antonio Post and Board of Direction serving in a wide variety of positions and roles from 2012-2016.


BONNIE HOPKE AWARDED SAME SERVICE MEDAL
March, 2016 - Congratulations to Bonnie Hopke for being awarded the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Post Service Medal for significant and faithful service to SAME at the Post level. Jane Penny, SAME President, presented Bonnie (in red) with her medal at the SAME annual conference in Phoenix, AZ.


SCOTT SAROFF APPOINTED AS VICE PRESIDENT OF COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
November, 2015 - Scott will lead FPM Remediations' growth in the Commercial sector by leveraging our proven track-record in reducing environmental liabilities and supporting clients with specialized technical services. Scott has more than 37 years of professional geology/environmental experience as a consultant for industry, utilities, and government. He has served as project manager and/or senior technical consultant on more than 200 environmental projects, including a wide range of compliance, permitting, CERCLA/RCRA site investigations, remedial design and remediation projects involving chlorinated VOCs, PCBs, metals, petroleum, coal tar and creosote. His technical expertise includes contaminant hydrogeology, geochemistry, contaminated sediment investigation and management, and groundwater, sediment, and soil remediation. Scott is a certified professional geologist and a licensed professional geologist. He earned his BS in Forest Biology (Aquatic Ecology/Geology) from ESF, MS in Geology from Syracuse University, and completed PhD coursework in Contaminant Hydrogeology/Geochemistry.

JEFF HACKWORTH APPOINTED AS VICE PRESIDENT OF GEOPHYSICAL AND MUNITION RESPONSE SERVICES
November, 2015 - Jeff will lead FPM Remediations' integrated geophysical and munition response services as FPM continues to grow in that sector. Jeff joined FPM in 2004 and has led our geophysical and UXO technical services group under various roles over the years. He brings 30+ years of experience in environmental/engineering geophysics and MEC/UXO investigations and clean-up. Jeff has conducted and managed geophysical surveys and munitions clean-up projects at DoD, DoE sites and commercial/industrial sites throughout the U.S., Caribbean, Pacific Region, and Southeast Asia. His geophysical experience includes magnetic, gravity, spontaneous potential (SP), time- and frequency-domain electromagnetic (EM) induction, very low frequency (VLF) EM, ground penetrating radar (GPR), electrical resistivity, induced polarization (IP), and a variety of borehole geophysical logging techniques. Jeff is a registered professional geophysicist and a licensed professional geologist. He earned his BS in Geophysics from Boise State University and completed graduate studies in Geophysical Engineering at Montana Tech.

DAN OURS APPOINTED AS VICE PRESIDENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATIONS
November, 2015 - Dan will lead FPM Remediations' continued growth in the environmental services sector as we continue to grow our performance-based remediation (PBR) portfolio. He will continue to streamline our environmental operations by leveraging his 25+ years of environmental consulting and remediation experience. During that period, Dan directed operations across a diversified portfolio of projects that has included site characterization, risk assessments, groundwater fate and transport modeling, in-situ groundwater remediation, natural attenuation monitoring, soil vapor intrusion and mitigation, emergency investigations and clean-ups, and overseeing OM&M of ongoing remediation systems. Dan is a certified professional geologist. He earned his BS in Geomechanics from the University of Rochester (a Mechanical Engineering/Geology hybrid) and MS in Hydrogeology at Syracuse University.

CONGRATULATIONS BONNIE HOPKE AND MARIE MASBAD ON SAME ELECTIONS
November, 2015 - Congratulations Bonnie Hopke and Marie Masbad from our San Antonio, TX office on being elected officers of Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), San Antonio Post. Ms. Hopke was elected as the 2016 Vice President and the 2017 President-Elect and Ms. Masbad was elected as Secretary.

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC AWARDED A SUBCONTRACT FOR A 10-YEAR PBR FOR JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST
November, 2014 - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District awarded a 10-year Performance Based Remediation contract for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JBMDL) to the Arcadis-led winning team of FPM, Leidos and Arcadis. This fence-to-fence contract is for investigation, cleanup, and long-term environmental management of more than 100 sites at the over 40,000-acre JBMDL, including landfills, petroleum spills, fire-training facilities, maintenance areas, and other contaminated sites. FPM will be working closely with Team members, JBMDL staff, the USEPA, NJDEP and other regulatory agencies to achieve response complete and close out sites, moving JBMDL and the Air Force closer to achieving their environmental goals.

FPM'S MARINA YANUK RECEIVES AWARD AT NCMA CONFERENCE
March, 2014 - Congratulations to Marina for being selected and sponsored by the Leatherstocking (local) Chapter of the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) to attend the National Leadership conference that was held in San Diego last week. On behalf of the Chapter, Marina received the Walter R. Graalman Award. The award is a national award given to outstanding chapters presented by the NCMA president at the annual leadership conference. This Award recognizes the accomplishments and dedication of the Chapter to providing outstanding programs and services to the Chapter membership. Shown in the photo is Marina receiving the Gold Graalman Award from Mr. Michael Fishetti, Executive Director of NCMA (left) and Mr. Russ Blaine, NCMA President (right). In addition of receiving the award, the conference provided excellent continuing education and networking opportunities. The directors of both DCAA and DCMA were among the speakers. Great job Marina for representing the NCMA Leatherstocking Chapter and FPM!


FPM'S MARIE MASBAD ACCEPTED INTO SAME SAN ANTONIO POST LEADERSHIP LAB
March, 2014 - Congratulations to Marie Masbad who was accepted into the SAME San Antonio Post Leadership Lab. This is a special initiative that our Post started in 2011 to provide a platform for SAME San Antonio Post members (especially Young Members) to discover, build and develop as leaders in their own way. The mission of the 2013 Leadership Lab is to empower leaders to lead with confidence, integrity and accountability. The LLab's goals are:
- Provide students the chance to push individual comfort limits to develop their own style of leadership.
- Offer a broad understanding of leadership theories and the practical application of those concepts.
- Afford the opportunity to listen and learn from leadership speakers on their leadership experiences.
- Provide students an enriching experience that meet their desire for professional and personal growth.
The Lab runs from April through November with a graduation in November.

FPM REMEDIATIONS TO PERFORM SOIL REMOVAL OF LEAD CONTAMINATION AT CAMP MURRAY PISTOL RANGE, WA
October, 2013 - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has selected FPM Remediations, Ltd. (FPM) to perform Environmental Restoration Services at Army National Guard Installation Camp Murray, WA. In accordance with Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP), FPM is to provide engineering evaluation and cost analysis, including scheduling and regulatory issues; soil removal of lead contamination soil, analytical testing and permitting services. FPM's expertise with investigation, engineering feasibility, cost analysis and final alternative selection processes coupled with our ability to self-perform soil removals provides turn-key environmental remediation services to Camp Murray, National Guard Bureau and the Corps.

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. AWARDED 10-YEAR PBR IN NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA
September, 2013 - The Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) awarded FPM Remediations a Performance Based Remediation (PBR), Firm-Fixed Price, 10-year contract to provide construction and engineering activities necessary for investigation, design, remedial action, remedial construction, and environmental remediation activities. Work will be performed at Cannon, Holloman and Kirtland Air Force Bases, NM, and Luke Air Force Base, AZ, with an expected completion date of Sept. 20, 2023. Gaby Atik, President of FPM Remediations, said: "Our continued success in the Air Force PBR market is a testament to our proven ability to minimize the Air Force's environmental restoration life cycle cost. We competed against 5 other firms to win this important contract and expand our PBR portfolio to 22 Air Force bases throughout the U.S. Our PBR portfolio places FPM in a better position to cost-effectively deploy innovative technologies that can achieve the Air Force's objectives. We look forward to continuing our partnership with AFCEC and Cannon, Holloman, Kirtland, and Luke Air Force Base."

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. AWARDED 5-YEAR TASK ORDER UNDER ERMA CONTRACT
September, 2013 - Under a firm fixed price competitive Performance-Based Acquisition (PBA) by the U.S. Army Environmental Command (AEC), FPM Remediations, Inc. was selected to provide environmental remediation services for Blue Grass Army Depot (BGAD), KY, Fort Knox, KY and Fort Campbell, KY. This 5-year task order involves 20 Installation Restoration Program (IRP) and Compliance Cleanup (CC) sites and will be executed under FPM's Environmental Remediation Multiple Award (ERMA) contract.

FPM REMEDIATIONS TO CO-SPONSOR COMPLIMENTARY TRAINING AT GRIFFISS INSTITUTE
September, 2013 - FPM Remediations, Inc. and the NY-Penn Chapter of the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals are co-sponsoring a one-day, complimentary Hazardous Materials Management 8-hour CHMM/CHMP/HMMT Training course on Friday, October 4, 2013 at Griffiss Institute, Griffiss Business & Technology Park in Rome, NY. FPM's Scott Saroff will be one of the instructors.
Click here for mandatory pre-registration form.

AFCEC AWARDS FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. CAROLINA BASES PBR
July, 2013 - The Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) awarded FPM a Performance Based Remediation (PBR), Firm-Fixed Price, Small Business Set-Aside, 10-year contract to provide environmental remediation activities at Joint Base Charleston-Air (South Carolina) and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base (North Carolina). This PBR effort includes a full range of construction and engineering activities necessary for investigation, design, remedial action, remedial construction, and long-term maintenance activities to achieve performance objectives and support progress to Site Closeout at 49 Installation Restoration Program (IRP) sites and 3 Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) sites.
The Carolina Bases PBR expands FPM's Air Force PBR portfolio to 18 nationwide bases, enhancing our ability to deliver proven technologies and risk management to minimize the Air Force's environmental restoration life cycle cost.

BONNIE HOPKE RECEIVES AWARD
December, 2012 - FPM Remediations' Business Development Director, Bonnie Hopke, received a SAME Regional Vice President's Award for her work as one of the co-chairs of the TEXOMA Regional Conference.


FPM RECEIVES MEGA ERS/LTRA MATOC AWARD
December, 2012 - FPM Remediations, Inc., was awarded a MEGA, Small Business Set-Aside Indefinite Delivery Contract, Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) with a shared capacity of $60 million for Environmental Remediation Services(ERS)/Long Term Response Action (LTRA) in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division and EPA Region 2. This ERS/LTRA contract, administered by the USACE Kansas City District, will support the Department of Defense (DoD) Environmental Restoration and Compliance Programs; Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS) and the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP); the EPA Region 2 Superfund and Brownfields Programs; and other environmental related regulatory programs. Task orders under this ERS / LTRA contract will provide services related to requirements of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and other related Federal Programs in addition to State/Local specific regulations/requirements dealing with hazardous waste management/disposal, radioactive waste/mixed waste management/disposal, Underground Storage Tanks (USTs), and other fuels related issues. Remedial actions may address both regulated and non-regulated toxic substances.

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. AWARDED ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATIONS MULTIPLE AWARD (ERMA) CONTRACT
October, 2012 - The United States Army has awarded FPM a performance-based Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract with a Small Business Portfolio ceiling value of $240,000,000 in support of environmental cleanup under the broad spectrum of the Army's Environmental Cleanup Strategy. Under this contract, FPM will provide a wide range of environmental investigations, remediation, and munitions response activities at various Army installations/locations throughout the United States, including the territories of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. TO PERFORM EM61 ANOMALY CLEARANCE FOR EOD TECHNOLOGY, INC.
October, 2012 - FPM was tasked to perform a Geophysical EM61 post-dig QA at Tract 4A at Fort McClellan, Alabama. FPM will provide up to four geo-technicians for 9-12 weeks.

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. AWARDED GSA TASK ORDER"
September, 2012 - Under FPM Remediations' General Service Administration (GSA) Contract, FPM will perform a Survey for Munitions and Explosives of Concern at the Gateway National Recreation Area in Sandy Hook, New Jersey. FPM will provide survey services in conjunction with planned road construction which includes realigning approximately 1900 feet of the existing roadway. The objective of the survey is to safeguard NPS and Federal Highway Administration personnel and contractors from potential hazards prior to construction activities.

FPM REMEDIATIONS INC. AWARDED A PERFORMANCE-BASED REMEDIATION TASK ORDER ON WERC 09 CONTRACT "
July, 2012 - FPM Remediations, Inc. was awarded the Southwest Group PBR, a $27.7M task order covering Air Force Plant 44, AZ, Creech Air Force Base, NV, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, AZ, and Nellis Air Force Base, NV over the next 8 years. The scope consists of a full range of construction and engineering activities necessary for investigation, design, remedial action, remedial construction, and environmental remediation activities necessary to achieve minimum performance objectives and stretch goals at forty Installation Restoration Program sites, two Compliance Restoration Program site and one Military Munitions Response Program site.

FPM REMEDIATIONS INC. TEAMED WITH AFFILIATE, FPM GROUP, LTD. AWARDED FAA DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACT"
July, 2012 - The FAA has awarded a Small Business Basic Ordering Agreement to FPM Remediations, Inc. for Design Build Services. This is an 8-year contract for which the FAA estimates the value for tasks orders will be in the range of $240,000 to $11 million. The mission of the FAA En Route Facilities Planning and Modernization Team is to modernize and sustain the air traffic control and radar approach facilities which comprise almost 400 million gross square feet in the FAA regions. Current major projects include renovations which focus on maintenance backlog reductions, mitigation of risks to operations which are facility based, abatement and rehabilitation of administrative offices and training/classroom facilities, and critical infrastructure backlog projects which include roofing, plumbing, electrical distribution HVAC systems, and life safety issues.

FPM REMEDIATIONS DONATES TO "THE SOLDIERS PROJECT"
May, 2012 - The Soldiers Project was established to provide free psychological services to military personnel who have served during the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan and their loved ones.
The mission of The Soldiers Project is to bring together volunteer licensed mental health professionals in order to:
- Provide free and confidential counseling
- Educate the community regarding the psychological effects of war
- Provide in-depth training on combat trauma to our volunteer therapists.



Soldiers Project

CONSTRUCTION QUALITY MANAGEMENT FOR CONTRACTORS
March, 2012 - Congratulations to the following FPM Remediations, Inc., employees who recently completed the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Naval Facility Engineering Command Construction Quality Manager for Contractors course: Gaby Atik, Niels van Hoesel, Mike Grifasi, Justin Damann, Dave Forse, and Ron Vanderford. This course provides instruction on construction quality management concepts and procedures.

FPM REMEDIATIONS APPROVED AS "QUALIFIED HUBZONE SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN"
February, 2012 - FPM Remediations, Inc., met all the criteria to qualify for certification into the U.S. Small Business Administration HUBZone Program.
HUBZone

FPM REMEDIATIONS RECOGNIZED BY AIR FORCE REAL PROPERTY AGENCY DIRECTOR FOR ITS WORK AT THE FORMER ENGLAND AIR FORCE BASE, LA
December, 2011 - Mr. Robert Moore, Director of the Air Force Real Property Agency (AFRPA) expressed his appreciation for FPM Remediations contributions in support of the transfer of the former England Air Force Base (AFB), LA to the England Airpark. Under a contract with the USACE Omaha District, FPM Remediations conducted an intrusive investigation and removed a combination of munitions, munitions debris, and lead- and PAH-contaminated soil at three sites at the former England AFB: SWMU 28/WWII Bomb Disposal Area, ORD-3018/Firing-In Butt No. 1, and ORD-2205/Small Arms/Skeet Range. Mr. Moore's letter to Gaby A. Atik, FPM Remediations' President stated: "It is with great pleasure that I pass on my sincere appreciation for your staff's hard work, commitment and dedication to the success of the England Whole Base Transfer. The transfer of England Air Force Base could not have happened without your efforts in completing the SWMU 28 Removal Action on an expedited schedule."

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. AWARDED THIRD AFCEE PERFORMANCE-BASED REMEDIATION TASK ORDER FOR SITES AT BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE, LA
September, 2011 - FPM has performed environmental remediation and munitions response activities at Barksdale AFB for the past 15 years and will continue to provide those services through 2020. Under a contract with the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE), FPM will address the potential or actual contamination of groundwater and surface soil and the presence of munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) and munitions debris at 59 sites across the base. The types of sites include the former locations of underground storage tanks; small arms and bombing ranges; landfills and disposal areas; fire training areas; and fuels and tanks. FPM is proposing to investigate and remediate more than 25 sites to allow unrestricted future use; clear MEC from more than 1,500 acres; optimize existing remediation systems to reduce the Air Force's long term costs; and monitor land use controls and institutional controls to ensure these controls continue to protect human health and the environment. FPM's actions are projected to reduce the life cycle costs associated with the Air Force's long-term environmental liabilities by more than 40%.
This was the third performance-based remediation (PBR) task order awarded by the Air Force to FPM Remediations in FY2011. PBR is an approach that describes the required outcome or result but does not prescribe how the work is to be performed. The approach affords the contractor the flexibility to determine how work is to be performed and focus on results. Contractor payments are tied to the achievement of self-defined performance milestones. The other two PBRs awarded to FPM Remediations were to address environmental contamination and munitions at Air Force bases in OH, IN, FL, TX, AR, IL and MO.

DR. KEVIN J. PHILLIPS APPOINTED TO MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL
September, 2011 - Dr. Kevin J. Phillips, CEO of FPM Remediations, Inc. has been appointed to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Educational Council. He joins over 3,000 worldwide alumni, providing crucial support in recruiting and admitting the best students from around the world. By interviewing the prospective applicants, Dr. Phillips communicates the kinds of opportunities offered at MIT, and provides feedback to the Admissions Office to assist in the admissions process.

AFCEE AWARDS FPM REMEDIATIONS TASK ORDER AT MASSACHUSETTS MILITARY RESERVATION
September, 2011 - FPM Remediations, Inc., has been selected by the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE) to provide soil assessment and removal action at the Massachusetts Military Reservation under their Worldwide Environmental Restoration and Construction Contract (WERC). The scope of work includes soil sampling, excavation and disposal, and site restoration.

FPM REMEDIATIONS CHOSEN FOR PERFORMANCE BASED REMEDIATION SERVICES AT SOUTH CENTRAL BASES
August, 2011 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been selected by the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE) to provide performancebased remediation services at various Air Force bases under their Worldwide Environmental Restoration and Construction Contract (WERC). This $16.9 Million Fence to Fence Environmental Remediation will be performed at the former Bergstrom, Carswell, Eaker, Homestead and Richards-Gebaur Air Bases, covering 43 sites and encompassing a full range of activities such as investigation, design remedial action, operation and maintenance, optimization of long term monitoring, and remedial process optimization.

FPM REMEDIATIONS CHOSEN FOR PERFORMANCE BASED REMEDIATION SERVICES AT REGION 5 BASES
August, 2011 - FPM Remediations, Inc., has been selected by the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE) to provide performancebased remediation services at various Air Force bases under their Worldwide Environmental Restoration and Construction Contract (WERC). This $17.6 Million Environmental Remediation project will be performed at the former Gentile, Grissom, O'Hare, Newark and Rickenbacker Air Bases, covering 89 sites and encompassing a full range of activities such as investigation, design remedial action, operation and maintenance, optimization of long term monitoring, and remedial process optimization.

FPM REMEDIATIONS AWARDED $50K CONTRACT FOR ORDNANCE REMOVAL AT FORT BRAGG, NC
August, 2011 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been chosen by the Department of the Army to perform Ordnance Removal at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. This Order for Services in the amount of $50,000 was awarded through FPM Remediations, Inc. GSA Schedule Contract. The scope of work includes utilizing FPM Remediations' highly skilled Unexploded Ordnance personnel to conduct a visual surface inspection and a magnetometer assisted subsurface clearance for Range Related Debris (RRD) and Munitions of Explosive Concern (MEC).

FPM REMEDIATIONS AWARDED $248K TASK ORDER FOR MILITARY MUNITIONS RESPONSE PROGRAM EXPANDED SITE INSPECTION AT FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI
June, 2011 - FPM Remediations, Inc. was awarded a task order by the USACE Omaha District under its Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) to conduct a MMRP Expanded Site Inspection (ESI) at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. The purpose of the MMRP ESI is to collect the appropriate data to determine if Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) exist at three Munitions Response Sites (MRSs) and recommend the appropriate next steps based on an evaluation of the findings.

FPM REMEDIATIONS AND CAPE, INC. TO CLOSE SITES AT THE FORMER GRIFFISS AFB, NEW YORK
December, 2010 - FPM has supported the environmental cleanup program at the former Griffiss AFB since 1997 and will continue this effort under a five year contract with Cape. As a teaming partner to CAPE, FPM Remediations will assist the Air Force in maximizing the number of site closures at the former base while minimizing future Air Force environmental liabilities. The Team plans to close a number of sites with no restrictions on future use, and one site with industrial land use restrictions; optimize the existing remediation systems to reduce the Air Force's long term costs; and continue to monitor land use controls and institutional controls to ensure these controls continue to protect human health and the environment. According to the Performance Work Statement, 31 of the 43 sites are being addressed following the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) process. The remaining 12 sites are petroleum sites requiring closure under the New York State Department of Environmental Conversation Spills Program. CAPE and FPM have developed a strategy that is realistic and achievable within the five year contract performance period. The Team's institutional knowledge of the environmental issues at Griffiss AFB, existing regulatory relationships, and the depth of technical, managerial, and operational support resources will ensure the success of this project.

FPM REMEDIATIONS TO PERFORM MILITARY MUNITIONS RESPONSE PROGRAM SERVICES AT MAXWELL AFB, ALABAMA
September, 2010 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Omaha District to perform Military Munitions Response services at Maxwell AFB, Alabama. This task order, in the amount of $1.65 million was awarded under their Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) Services. FPM Remediations is teaming with the USACE to meet their goal of making munitions response sites safe for reuse and to protect human health and the environment in the process. The purpose of this remedial investigation is to determine the nature and extent of risks associated with historical military munitions at an MRS, site characterization and baseline risk assessment activities.

OMAHA DISTRICT, US ARMY CORPS
OF ENGINEERS PICKS FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. FOR MILITARY MUNITIONS RESPONSE AT CAMP MURRAY, WASHINGTON AND KIMAMA TRAINING SITE, IDAHO

September, 2010 - As part of their Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP), FPM Remediations has been awarded a $1.2 million task order to provide a Remedial Investigation/ Feasibility Study at the Camp Murray Pistol Range and Training Area 3, as well as the Kimama Training Site in Rupert, Idaho. Under the terms of this contract, FPM Remediations will perform munitions response actions for Material Potentially Posing an Explosive Hazard, Material Documented as an Explosive Hazard, and Material Documented as Safe. This will necessitate site investigation, site characterization, and evaluation of remedial alternatives.

USACE AWARDS FPM REMEDIATIONS $330K TASK ORDER AT THE KANSAS ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
September, 2010 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been selected under their IDIQ Environmental Remediations Contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Kansas City District to perform site investigation work at the Kansas Army Ammunition Plant, Furnace Area Site Investigation. FPM Remediations will evaluate the Site for the presence of MEC, and determine if the level of hazardous substances released to the environment exceed regulatory standards.

FPM REMEDIATIONS AWARDED
$52K TASK ORDER FOR INTERIM REMEDIATION ACTION AT
BARKSDALE AFB, LA

September, 2010 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been awarded a $52,000 Task Order under their WERC (Worldwide Environmental Restoration Contract) contract at Site PRO52, Barksdale AFB. The project is related to ongoing environmental remediation activities being conducted by the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environmental (AFCEE). Project requirements include site preparation, removal and disposal of surface and subsurface soil, field screening and soil sampling, and Closure Reports and Coordination with Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.

FPM REMEDIATIONS, INC. TO PERFORM REMEDIAL RESPONSE ACTIVITIES AT RANDOLPH AFB, TX
September, 2010 - The Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE) has chosen FPM Remediations, Inc. to perform remedial action at Randolph AFB, Texas for site closure of a Golf Course Skeet Range, a Military Munitions Response Program site under their WERC (Worldwide Environmental Restoration Contract) for a firm fixed price of $382,000. The scope of work includes preparing a Response Action Plan, Construction Work Plan, preparation/mobilization, soil excavation, site restoration, and preparation of a Response Action Completion Report and Record of Decision to achieve site closure.

FPM REMEDIATIONS CHOSEN BY THE AIR FORCE CENTER FOR ENGINEERING AND THE ENVIRONMENT TO PERFORM REMEDIAL ACTION AT RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE
September, 2010 - The Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE) has chosen FPM Remediations, Inc. to perform remedial action at Randolph AFB, TX under their WERC (Worldwide Environmental Restoration Contract). The project, valued at $157,000 includes the full range of methods, technologies, and supporting activities necessary to remove contaminated soil from Site FT021 at Randolph Air Force Base.

FPM REMEDIATIONS TO PERFORM REMEDIAL INVETIGATION/FEASIBILITY STUDY AT POLE MOUNTAIN TARGET AREA
August, 2010 - The US Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District has awarded FPM Remediations a $3.5 million task order under their Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP). FPM Remediations will be conducting a remedial investigation/feasibility study at the Northwest Firing and Eagle Rock Impact areas at Pole Mountain, Albany County, Wyoming. The scope of work consists of munitions response actions for military munitions and munitions debris. Activities may involve Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC), which includes UXO, DMM and MC.

FPM REMEDIATIONS AWARDED $163K TASK ORDER AT THE MASSACHUSETTS MILITARY RESERVATION
June, 2010 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been awarded a $162,000 Task Order under their WERC (Worldwide Environmental Restoration Contract) contract at the Massachusetts Military Reservation (MMR). The project is related to ongoing environmental remediation activities being conducted by the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environmental (AFCEE). This project involves the cleanup of the Fuel Spill 28 groundwater plume, including the removal of sheet piling and other appurtenances installed in 1999 to separate to Coonamessett River from a cranberry bog. "Massachusetts Military Reservation (MMR) is one of the most complicated and historically significant sites in the DoD IRP program. FPM is proud to be a part of its cleanup" says Gaby A. Atik, Executive Vice President.

FPM REMEDIATIONS TO PERFORM REMEDIAL INVESTIGATION/ FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS OMAHA DISTRICT FOR THE VANCOUVER, WA BARRACKS
March, 2010 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been awarded a Firm-Fixed Price Site Specific Contract from the US Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District in the amount of $744,000. Scope of services to be performed includes Environmental Services for two Military Munitions Response Program sites at Vancouver Barracks, located at Vancouver, Washington. FPM Remediations will perform munitions response actions for military munitions and munitions debris.

USACE SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION SELECTS FPM REMEDIATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN $400 MILLION DESIGN-BUILD CONSTRUCTION SERVICES CONTRACT
October, 2009 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division as one of a pool of nine contractors to participate in an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order contract (MATOC), valued at $400 million.

FPM REMEDIATIONS SELECTED FOR
$9 MILLION SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE AWARD FROM THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

October, 2009 - FPM Remediations, Inc. has been selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Omaha District for award of an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) Services. The total acquisition value of this contract is $9 million, with a base term of 3 years plus a two (2) year option period.

USACE SELECTS FPM REMEDIATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN $180 MILLION DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES CONTRACT
May, 2009 - FPM Remediations, Inc., has been selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, as one of a pool of contractors to participate in an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order (MATOC) contract, valued at $180 million. The term for this contract is 1 base year with 4 one-year options.
The scope of this contract includes, but it not limited to, construction, renovation, repairs, preventive maintenance, environmental abatement and operations activities. In addition, execution of new construction, design-build, design-bid-build and remediation of real personal property facilities are also a part of this contract.

FPM REMEDIATIONS SELECTED FOR $9.5 MILLION SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE AWARD FROM THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
May, 2009 - FPM Remediations, Inc., has been selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District as one of three contractors for award of an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for environmental remediation projects at the former Kansas Army Ammunition Plant (KSAAP) in Parsons, KS. The total acquisition value of these contracts is $9.5 million, with a base term of 5 years and 1 five-year option. The Scope of Work includes: MEC clearance, environmental sampling and analysis, explosive waste removal, treatment and disposal, and long term monitoring (LTM)/long term operation (LTO) of environmental remediations.

FPM REMEDIATIONS AWARDED GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES CONTRACT
March 23, 2009 - FPM Remediations, Inc., has received approval from the General Services Administration to provide Environmental Remediation services to various Federal agencies. The contract term is 5 years with 2 five-year options. Services to be provided include ground and surface water sampling and testing, site preparation, remedial investigations, UST/AST testing and removal, soil vapor extraction and stabilization, wetlands restoration and unexploded ordnance removal and disposal.

FPM REMEDIATIONS PART OF
$3 BILLION AWARD FOR THE
AFCEE WERC PROGRAM
November, 2008 - FPM Remediations, Inc., has entered into a $3 billion, five year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity shared pool contract with the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE), as part of their Worldwide Environmental Restoration and Construction (WERC) program. FPM's primary focus will be performing environmental restoration and construction services such as restoration, pollution prevention, compliance, conservation, design and traditional construction.

FPM REMEDIATIONS AWARDED
$2.1 MILLION CONTRACT
AT NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE

October, 2008 - FPM Remediations, Inc., has been awarded a $2.1 million contract to Design/Construct an interior space for the Michael O'Callaghan Federal Hospital at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, a Design/Construction project under their Air Force Civil Engineer (AFCESA) Worldwide Environmental Restoration and Construction project. FPM Remediations shall provide the services necessary to renovate approximately 11,000 square feet to accommodate the Flight Medicine Clinic and Public Health programs. The two functions are being relocated to Building 340 on main base and collocated with the base Pharmacy.

FPM REMEDIATIONS RECEIVES
$2.9 MILLION TASK ORDER FOR DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION AT FORT HUACHUCA, AZ

September 30, 2008 - As part of a Multiple Award Task Order Contract with the Fort Worth Army Corps of Engineers, FPM Remediations has received a $2.9 million Task Order for the design and construction of the new Advanced Individual Training Battalion Headquarters at Fort Huachuca, AZ.

U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS SELECTS FPM REMEDIATIONS FOR
$28 MILLION CONTRACT

September 30, 2008 - FPM Remediations, Inc., (a subsidiary of FPM Group, Ltd.) has been awarded a $28 million Multiple Award Task Order Contract for the Fort Worth Army Corps of Engineers Administrative Facilities in the Southwest Region. Areas covered under this contract include Arkansas, Arizona, California, Louisiana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma and Texas.

FPM PRESENTED AT THE 2008 ICCFA CONVENTION
March, 2008 - FPM's Elizabeth Agin presented "CSI: Locating Unmarked Graves" at the ICCFA Convention in San Diego, CA. Ms. Agin discussed technology used for identifying unmarked graves such as Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3-D Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).

FPM PRESENTED AT THE 2008 ESOH TRAINING SYMPOSIUM
March, 2008 - FPM's Jason Fortier presented "GIS Enterprise Solutions - Lessons Learned" at the Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health Training Symposium in Reno, Nevada.

FPM REMEDIATIONS WINS 2007 AETC DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION AWARD
October 12, 2007 - FPM Remediations has been awarded the 2007 AETC Design and Construction award for their interior design work at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.  FPM Remediations, as result of their contract with AFCESA (Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency) worked in conjunction with the Air Education Training Command at Little Rock to renovate the Pediatric Clinic, approximately 4,000 square feet. Being selected for this Interior Design Award now elevates FPM Remediations to the next step, competition at the Air Force level.

NEW HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST FORM - NATIONWIDE HAZARDOUS WASTE SHIPPING AFFECTED
September 5, 2006 - New federal hazardous waste manifest forms are required by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for shipping hazardous waste nationwide. This new regulation has been adopted by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) also. Your hazardous waste vendor should be aware of this change and using these new forms as of September 5, 2006.

AFCEE AWARDS $4 BILLION CONTRACT TO FPM REMEDIATIONS
November 21, 2003 – FPM Remediations has entered into a $4 Billion, five-year contract with the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence, Worldwide Environmental Restoration and Construction.


Our Mission

FPM Remediations, Inc. is a fully integrated environmental services and design-build management company. It was incorporated in 2003 with a primary focus on environmental remediation and design-build construction for the DoD. Since then, the company has established an excellent reputation and the necessary credentials to offer a full range of environmental remediation including MMRP and a full range of design-build services.

FPM Remediations, Inc. is affiliated with FPM Group, Ltd., a multi-discipline Engineering/Architectural (E/A) firm established in the 1960s. This affiliation provides added resources to each firm if and when the need arises.

FPM Remediations, Inc. is committed to providing our clients with superior environmental and construction services by deploying integrated teams that apply high-quality sustainable and innovative practices cost-effectively.

Corporate Overview

FPM Remediations, Inc. was initially incorporated as a subsidiary of FPM Group, Ltd. In 2008, FPM Remediations, Inc. became a separate company to focus on specialized emerging markets including:
- Environmental Remediation Services including Performance Based Remediation (PBR) or Performance Based Contracts (PBC)
- Design-Build (D-B) Construction Services
- Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) Services
- Geophysical Services
- Enterprise Level Geospatial and Geographic Information System (GIS) Services

Our increasing full-service capacity, supplemented by master services agreements with affiliate FPM Group, other small businesses, and large multi-national firms, FPM Remediations, Inc. has developed substantial capacity to achieve our mission nationwide.

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