GLEC’s ongoing success hinges on our deep long-standing relationships with clients and partners. GLEC has been recognized as a model small business contractor by U.S. EPA, able to provide the flexible and responsive service of a smaller organization while offering the sophisticated accounting and administrative capabilities demanded by large federal contracts. Our trusting and collaborative relationships with partnering firms and consultants allow us to organize and join multi-disciplinary teams of scientists, engineers, and other experts to solve the most complex environmental and programmatic challenges. GLEC’s multiyear EPA Office of Water contracts GSA FSS Schedule 899-1 Environmental Services contract provide capacity for a wide range of field and laboratory-based research activities.
|U.S. EPA OW Office of Science & Technology, Health and Ecological Criteria Division||EP-C-14-022 Technical and Regulatory Support for the Development of Criteria for Water Media (Ecological Emphasis)||$11.8 million
|U.S. EPA OW Office of Wetlands, Oceans, & Watersheds, Assessment & Watershed Protection Division||EP-C-16-008 Technical Support for National Aquatic Resource Surveys||$38.5 million
|U.S. EPA OW Office of Groundwater & Drinking Water, Standards & Risk Management Division||EP-C-17-040 Technical Support for Implementation of the Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule and Drinking Water Standards Development||$11.4 million
|U.S. Army Pine Bluff Arsenal||W52P1J-16-P-3075 Environmental Engineering Services||$1.7 million
|U.S. EPA Region 1||68HE0118A0003 – Technical Support to Implement Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act Programs||$ TBD
General Service Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule contracts offer federal and other government buyers the opportunity to purchase services at best available pricing. Requests for proposals and quotes can be directed to any number of certified GSA vendors to simplify and streamline the buying process. See GLEC’s GSA catalogue for a description of our services and our multi-year pricing schedule.
Consulting & Research
Great Lakes Environmental Center, Inc. is and employee-owned ESOP incorporated in the State of Michigan. GLEC is active in the following NAICS industry categories and currently meets SBA requirements as a small business under all categories:
541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
541620 Environmental Consulting Services
541690 Other Scientific Consulting Services
541712 Research and Development in the Physical Engineering and Life Sciences
541380 Testing Laboratories
541330 Environmental Engineering Services
562910 Environmental Remediation Services
GLEC operates one of only a few U.S. laboratories accredited for whole sediment toxicity testing. GLEC also maintains NELAP accreditation for chlorophyll and nutrient chemistry testing.