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Navajo Nation: Cleaning Up Abandoned Uranium Mines

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Opportunities for Cleaning up Abandoned Uranium Mines on or near Navajo Nation

This page lists contract opportunities with EPA and resources for abandoned uranium mine (AUM) cleanup work on Navajo Nation.

The Response Assessment and Evaluation Services Contract

The Response, Assessment and Evaluation Services (RAES) contract was awarded on October 11, 2017, and the scope of work includes site assessment of the abandoned uranium mines.  News Release

Current Opportunity

EPA Region 9 anticipates the award of a total small business set aside, firm fixed price construction contract with a 60-day period of performance. This Cove Road Construction contract is to construct and improve an approximate 1-mile of road that provides access to the abandoned uranium mine, MESA V, in Cove, AZ on the Navajo Nation. The request for proposal is posted on FedConnect and can be accessed with the Reference Number: SOL-R9-17-00010.

Upcoming Opportunities

An upcoming contract opportunity is the: Abandoned Mine Response and Construction Services (AMRCS) contract. The AMRCS contract is currently in the acquisition planning stage and the scope of work includes remediation and construction at abandoned uranium mines (more information).

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