Baton Rouge-based Resource Environmental Solutions L.L.C. announced Wednesday it has been awarded a contract to supply plants and do ecological restoration work for the National Park Service throughout the eastern United States.
Resource Environmental will be a subcontractor under a $20 million federal contract awarded to Weston Solutions Inc. Weston’s contract calls for revegetation and restoration planning, design, implementation and monitoring services. The contract is for one year with four option years.
Resource Environmental will control invasive species, deliver revegetation and ecological restoration services, and source and plant appropriate native species. The company did not disclose the value of the subcontract.
The bid process involved “a rigorous review” of Resource Environmental’s experience and technical expertise, chief executive officer Elliott Bouillion said in a news release.
“With 20,000 acres of ecological restoration efforts completed, the RES team continues to demonstrate excellence in our restoration operations. We are delighted to have been recognized by the National Park Service with the award of this IDIQ contract,” he said.