Continuing its extensive relationship with the government and Army Corps of Engineers, Hill International, of Marlton, was granted a contract to provide nationwide cost engineering services for the Corps.
The contract, worth $10 million for Hill if all of the years of the contract are optioned, has a base of one year and four one-year options.
Hill will work alongside RC Engineering & Construction Management to provide cost engineering, cost estimating, program and project management, planning and scheduling, risk analysis, and value engineering.
“We are very proud that the Corps of Engineers has relied on Hill’s construction management expertise for many years,” said Thomas J. Spearing III, president of Hill’s project management group. “We look forward to continuing this longstanding relationship.”
Hill has partnered with the Army Corps of Engineers on projects like military construction and infrastructure rehabilitation in Iraq, and renovations to the Pentagon.