Tetra Tech-U.S. Cleanup Dispute in San Francisco Grows

Man in chemical suit with nuclear power station in background (illustration)

DOJ says the firm’s alleged conduct “strikes at the very heart of its bargain with the Navy.”

July 15, 2019
Mary B. Powers - Engineering News-Record

The U.S. Justice Dept. and consultant Tetra Tech are ramping up a battle over alleged false claims for payment the firm submitted to the U.S. Navy under $261 million in contracts for radiological tests and cleanup at San Francisco’s former Hunters Point base, a Superfund site being developed for up to 12,000 residential units.

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