Ottawa cleantech company BluMetric announced Thursday it had won two contracts worth more than $8.3 million.
Under the deals, the firm will provide groundwater and surface water monitoring, engineering and remedial services at various locations.
The water monitoring work in Northern Ontario, worth $7.3 million, extends an existing contract for another five years. The extension begins Jan. 1.
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The second contract, worth $1 million, starts immediately and runs until September. It will also see BluMetric working in Northern Ontario, focusing on water resources and civil engineering as well as hydrogeology for a water management project.
“These contracts reflect the time and effort the BluMetric team has put into developing and enhancing key skill sets in order to meet the needs of clients with complex activities and multiple task requirements,” CEO Roger Woeller said in a statement.
“By working closely as partners, we can expand our service offerings while adding increasingly sophisticated, data-rich reporting, providing an integrated, client-centric program that adapts to their changing needs.”