Many of Belt Collins' Federal clients procure work through contracting mechanisms such as the General Services Administration (GSA) and Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contracts. Through these contracting vehicles, Belt Collins provides a full range of planning, design and engineering services to public agencies such as the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, among others. These contracting vehicles allow federal agencies to efficiently review and select qualified firms or teams to provide the management, planning and design of federal projects. Examples of these federal contracts and information about the contracting mechanism are provided below.
The GSA Schedules program provides procurement solutions for federal agencies seeking cost-effective and high-quality professional services. Belt Collins holds a GSA Schedule Contract for Environmental Consulting and GIS Services (SIN 899-1 & 899-7), under contract number GS-10-F-0143W. Our expertise includes planning services for resources management involving cultural, natural, recreation assets, and the NEPA compliance process. Our services include project management, analysis, facilitation, planning and documentation for these environmental initiatives. Our GIS professionals provide the geospatial data, analysis and coordination for land planning and resource management projects. For more information about accessing our services through the GSA please contact Mimi Mather (303.648.1423) or download our GSA services flyer.
Belt Collins is partnered with CHM Government Services on the National Recreation Program Business Advisory Service Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Contract with the U.S. Forest Service (AG-02NV-C-09-0004) from 2009 to 2014. This IDIQ provides the Forest Service with Business Advisory Services for their recreation and wilderness programs across the nation. Belt Collins' role in this contract is to provide recreation and resource-based planning expertise as well as interpretive planning and communication design services. For information about accessing Belt Collins' services though this IDIQ contract please contact Margaret Bailey at CHM Government Services (www.chmgov.com / 978.232.3608). For additional information, download the CHM IDIQ flyer.
Belt Collins is on several teams that have been awarded IDIQs for Architecture and Engineering. These include IDIQs for the NPS, USFS, BLM, and USFWS. Belt Collins’ roles on these IDIQ teams include landscape architecture, historic landscape architecture, planning, and interpretive planning services. For more information about accessing our services through one of these IDIQs please contact Mimi Mather (303.648.1423).