CHANTILLY, Va. (Oct. 2, 2023) — TechLaw Consultants, Inc., is celebrating its 40th Anniversary today with key environmental contracting wins that give the company its largest work backlog in its history.
“We started 40 years ago with the notion that we could provide insightful expertise that would prove valuable to our clients, and I’m proud to say that still holds true—now, more than ever,” says TechLaw Consultants President and Chief Executive Officer Brian Shutler. “We are well positioned to launch our next phase of growth.”
TechLaw Consultants recently scored one of the biggest individual prime contracting wins in its history when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded the company’s TechLaw division a share of up to $450 million to provide environmental consulting support in and around the Great Lakes under the EPA Superfund program. And within the last month, TechLaw became the only contractor to earn more than $50 million in task order awards under EPA’s Environmental Services and Operations (ESO) contract. When combined with several recent contract and task order wins by TechLaw Consultants’ TLI Solutions division of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers work, the company now has a Federal government contracting backlog of more than $175 million.
“It is a credit to our team members, who have faced so many challenges over the last few years, yet continued to deliver top-notch technical support that has been recognized by our clients,” says TechLaw Consultants Chief Operating Officer Patricia Derocher. “We are grateful, we are proud, and we are ready.”
Founded on Oct. 1, 1983, as TechLaw, Inc., by some of EPA’s earliest employees, the company has steadily grown and evolved from a two-office shop into a nationwide, employee-owned environmental consulting firm of more than 175 employees and 12 offices. TechLaw Consultants, Inc., operates three divisions: TechLaw, which focuses on supporting U.S. EPA and several state agency clients; TLI Solutions, which focuses on supporting the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Department of Energy; and AlterEcho, which primarily supports private-sector and not-for-profit clients.