Contracting and Subcontracting with APMI
Government agencies can access APMI through a variety of contracts, including GSA and IDIQ contracts, that are available to civilian and DoD agencies.
APMI serves the public interest by engaging in scientific activities and providing independent engineering, management, and advisory services to U.S. government agencies. APMI and its staff have proven track records of results and impeccable integrity. We are supported by a broad coalition of academic, industry, military, and government organizations and external scientists and engineers complementing our technical staff.
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Join our Panel of Experts
APMI is searching for experienced individuals from academia, public agency, non-governmental or non-profit entity, and/or engineering or consulting firm communities to help build various Independent Peer Review (IPR) panels. The purpose of an IPR panel is to provide the Chief of Engineers with an independent assessment of specific projects or work products, which includes the adequacy and acceptability of the economic, engineering, and environmental methods, models, data, and analyses used as well as the range of alternatives, and the adequacy of risk and uncertainty analyses.
Panel Expert positions at this time include one or more of the following:
All must possess 15+ years of experience & a Master of Science degree or higher
Civil Works Planners/Planning Formulators with experience in Water Resource Planning, Master of Science degree or higher, USACE plan formulation. Other experience desired - SMART Planning.
Economists with experience in economic evaluations, economic analysis, applying risk analysis, plus USACE principles and guidelines to civil works project evaluations highly recommended, and Participation in professional societies encouraged.
Environmental Scientist with experience in Water resource environmental evaluations, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, Cultural resource assessments, plus experience with U.S. Conservation laws highly recommended. (e.g. Biologist, Ecologist)
Environmental Engineering (e.g. Ecological Engineering, Wastewater Engineering, Municipal or Urban Engineering - Hydrology & Hydraulics (H&H) Engineering
Structural Engineering - Ocean Engineering
Water Resources Engineering (e.g. Hydraulic Engineering, River Engineering, Coastal Engineering, Groundwater Engineering)
Some panel disciplines may require a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) license
Some panel disciplines may require experience with the following Software/Models; @RISK, GIS, HEC-FDA, HEC-FIA, HEC-HMS, HEC-LifeSim, HEC-RAS, MODFLOW, RES-SIM, RiverWare, SBEACH, Slope/W, STWAVE, SWMM, UNET, ETC…
APMI is always seeking to build our team with qualified subcontractors.
We encourage all businesses classified as Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB), Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB), HubZone, 8(a) Business Development, Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) and Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), to become part of our team.
APMI is committed to meeting the subcontracting goals established by GSA and other agencies.
If you would like to be contacted for future bid opportunities on Independent Peer Review projects, please fill out the Subcontractor Form below and click submit.