QRI Awarded Task Order for Invasive Species Management at Arnold AFB
Baton Rouge, LA – QRI was awarded a BPA Task Order (TO) for the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) through the General Services Administration (GSA). The mission will consist of conducting invasive species management at Arnold Air Force Base located in the middle of Tennessee. The area encompasses nearly 40,000 acres of lands, waters and infrastructure which supports the base’s engineering and research mission.
QRI, with subcontractor Invasive Plan Control, Inc. (IPC), will manage 1,400 acres to eradicate and control the spread of invasive plants.
Since 2007, QRI has been awarded 108 Prime Federal contracts with over 515 Task Orders valued at over $1.8 billion with successful performance ratings.
Established in 1986, Quaternary Resource Investigations, LLC (QRI) is an Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Over the past 32 years, QRI has grown through acquisition and through the hard work of a staff that believes in our Core Values. QRI provides environmental consulting, geophysical assessments, environmental remediation, emergency response and construction services. We excel at providing these services to government and commercial clients, as well as the petrochemical and oil and gas industry. QRI delivers professional, on-time and cost-effective results to our clients and partners with Quality, Reliability and Integrity – that's our promise to you! For more information on QRI, please visit www.qri.com.
Arnold AFB Press Release