GSA Multiple Award Schedule Contract Holder

WSSI holds a GSA (General Services Administration) Multiple Award Schedule Contract for Environmental Services, so federal agencies and other entities can contract services from WSSI in a streamlined and cost effective manner.  It also constitutes a 'pre-approval' for our qualifications to provide environmental services.

Our federal work includes projects with

  • National Park Service
  • U.S. Marine Corps
  • U.S. Department of the Army
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Federal Highway Administration
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection
     

WSSI has a GSA Schedule in these SINs:
899-1 Environmental Consulting Studies
899-7 Geographic Information System (GIS) Services
899-8 Remediation & Reclamation Services

 

 

 


WSSI's NAICS codes include:
541620 - Environmental Consulting Services (primary)
541330 - Engineering Services
541370 - Surveying and Mapping (Except Geophysical) Services
541720 - Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities (includes archeology)
562910 - Remediation Services

WSSI's federal work includes stream restoration at Fort Belvoir (pictured), where we've also provided Waters of the U.S. delineation & survey location, searches for federally-threatened small whorled pogonia, and permitting assistance.

WSSI's federal work includes stream restoration at Fort Belvoir (pictured), where we've also provided Waters of the U.S. delineation & survey location, searches for federally-threatened small whorled pogonia, and permitting assistance.

These WSSI services can be contracted through the GSA Supply Schedule:

  • Stream assessments for compensation requirements
  • Biological stream assessments using benthic macroinvertebrates
  • Stream habitat assessments
  • Aquatic habitat assessments
  • Rare, endangered and threatened species surveys and evaluations
  • Existing vegetation mapping
  • Submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) surveys
  • Community and urban forestry
  • Tree preservation planning
  • Forest conservation planning
  • Archeological investigations
  • Architectural history
  • Wetland reconaissance surveys, boundary delineation, and functional assessments
  • Section 404 and 401 wetland permitting
  • Wetland permit compliance
  • Wetland mitigation design
  • Wetland construction and restoration, monitoring, and management
  • Stream restoration/stabilization design, monitoring, and management
  • Chesapeake Bay Act impact analysis
  • RPA Delineation and Exceptions
  • Water Quality Impact Assessments
  • NPDES permitting, SWPPP development, and inspections
  • Watershed/floodplain studies
  • Low Impact Development techniques
  • Comprehensive GIS capabilities

For GSA Contract information, please contact Amy Connelly.