Tetra Tech Inc. announced Monday that the U.S. Agency for International Development awarded the Pasadena-based company a $28 million contract to improve water sector management and governance in Jordan.
“Under the five-year project, Tetra Tech will support the government of Jordan to achieve measurable improvements and greater sustainability of the water sector,” according to a company statement.
Tetra Tech said it “will help improve the sustainability of Jordan’s water supply systems, improve water conservation and water governance systems, and protect water resources.”
The consulting and engineering services firm has, for 50 years, supported commercial and government clients focused on water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy and international development.
—City News Service