EET Corporation Receives $19 Million Waste Information Management Services Contract
EET Corporation of Knoxville, Tennessee has received a $19 million subcontract from Bechtel Jacobs Company LLC to perform computerized tracking of all wastes at U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sites in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Paducah, Kentucky. Bechtel Jacobs oversees environmental management work at DOE facilities in Oak Ridge, Paducah, and Portsmouth, Ohio.
As the Waste Information Management Services subcontractor, EET will track the physical location, associated information and history of waste and waste containers at three Oak Ridge sites- East Tennessee Technology Park, the Y-12 Plant, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. It also will supply the computerized tracking system to the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant. EET will provide report data for state and federal regulatory agencies and will upgrade the information system by developing a standardized barcode system at all sites.
EDS, a Houston-based information technology company, Wye Technologies of Oak Ridge, and Duley Hopkins and Associates of Chattanooga, Tennessee, will subcontract to EET on the project.
"This is the largest contract we've received in our eight
year history. We are thrilled with the award and look forward
to working with Bechtel Jacobs on this critical project,"
said Valerie Frankel, EET's information technology
The EET team was selected after a competitive bid process.
The fixed-price contract is for three years, with two
Founded in 1990, EET provides environmental and information technology services to clients in the government and private sectors. In 1997, EET ranked as the 222nd fastest growing privately-held company on the Inc. 500. In 1996, it was listed as the fastest growing environmental, health, and safety services and technology company in the United States by the National Technology Fast 500. EET has 100 employees with offices in Knoxville, Tennessee; Paducah, Kentucky; and Denver, Colorado.