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LAWGIBB SECURES FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT

ATLANTA, GA, April 5, 2001 -- LAWGIBB has been awarded three, five-year Federal Supply Schedule Contracts with the General Services Administration (GSA) for Environmental Advisory, Professional Engineering, and Information Technology Professional Services. Each multi-million dollar contract includes a five-year renewal option

Through the Environmental contract, LAWGIBB will propose services to help federal agencies and their customers (worldwide) comply with environmental laws and regulations. The Environmental Advisory Services contract covers the following three areas: environmental planning services and documentation, environmental compliance services and waste management services. Agencies use the Environmental Advisory Services Schedule to identify experts in topics such as endangered species, wetlands, and archeological, historical and cultural resource management plans.

The scope of work under the Professional Engineering Services Contract consists of strategic planning for technology programs / activities, concept development and requirements analysis, system design, engineering and integration, test and evaluation, integrated logistics support, and acquisition and life cycle management.

The Information Technology Professional Services Contract includes consulting, system development, and support services related to information management systems or new technologies or automated systems.

Founded in 1946, LAWGIBB Group is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The company has expanded its scope of operations to include many traditional engineering and scientific disciplines, and today is widely recognized as one of the world's leading engineering, environmental and design consulting services companies. The firm now has more than 3,500 professionals working in over 100 offices around the world with projects in 160 countries worldwide.

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