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Tetra Tech Selected for Australian Defence Infrastructure Panel

May 15, 2017

California-based Tetra Tech has disclosed that Coffey, a Tetra Tech Company, has been selected by the Australian Defence Infrastructure Panel (DIP) to provide essential infrastructure support and advisory consulting services to the Australian Department of Defence.

The DIP was established in 2004 by the Australian Department of Defence to streamline access to high quality infrastructure-related professional services by awarding a select group of leading consulting and engineering firms the ability to perform critical infrastructure improvement work for the Australian government.

Under the previous DIP, Coffey supported the development of improved air, water, and land infrastructure in Australia, including management of a $1.1 billion New Air Combat Capability Infrastructure project from initial study through construction.

Under the new panel, Coffey will leverage the broader Tetra Tech platform to provide a wide range of infrastructure support and project management services ranging from initial site and capacity investigations to design reviews, site selection, and cost planning functions.

“We are very pleased that Coffey has been selected as one of the leading engineering firms to provide services to the Defence Infrastructure Panel,” said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech’s Chairman and CEO.

“This award comes at a critical time in infrastructure development in Australia. With the support of Tetra Tech’s industry-leading infrastructure platform, Coffey can provide best-in-class engineering services to the Australian Department of Defence.”

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