General Physics Corporation Awarded Environmental Services Contract by State of Tennessee
Elkridge, MD. January 11, 2007. Global performance improvement solutions provider General Physics Corporation (GP), a subsidiary of GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX), was recently awarded a five-year contract by the State of Tennessee, Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) to provide Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) services. These services will include the investigation, containment and remediation at sites where petroleum products have leaked from underground storage tanks. The work will be funded by the LUST Trust Fund which provides money to states for overseeing and enforcing corrective action and cleanups at UST sites.
Additionally, GP will provide emergency response services to mitigate the potential risks to human health and the environment caused by leaking underground storage tanks. GP was competitively awarded these services in Tennessee Regions 3 & 4. GP was the incumbent contractor for Region 3. The value of the contract for these two regions over the next 5 years is estimated at $2,000,000.
GP’s Tennessee office, located in Tullahoma, has been performing similar services for the commercial petroleum industry in Central Tennessee for more than 15 years. GP is a State approved Corrective Action Contractor for environmental services.
GP is the principal operating subsidiary of GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX). GP is a global performance improvement solutions provider of training and e-Learning solutions, management consulting and engineering services. GP’s solutions improve the effectiveness of organizations by delivering innovative and superior training, consulting and business improvement services, customized to meet the specific needs of its clients. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, manufacturing, process and energy industries, and other commercial and government customers. Additional information may be found at www.gpworldwide.com.
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Scott N. Greenberg
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