Cultural Resources

  • GSA Awards Logan Simpson Multiple Award Schedule Contract for Environmental and GIS Services

    Logan Simpson has a new General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Services (MAS) contract to provide environmental services. The contract took effect October 5, 2021. Logan Simpson has provided federal agencies with environmental planning and GIS services through the GSA for nearly two decades.  The new contract includes additional labor categories for environmental, biology, and cultural resource services, allowing us to bid work more competitively.

    What is an MAS Contract?

    GSA MAS contracts create a pool of prequalified contractors, saving federal agencies save time in the procurement process. GSA has determined Logan Simpson is fully qualified to provide environmental services under Special Identification Numbers (SINs) 541620 (environmental services) and 541370GIS (GIS services).

    How Can Agencies Use the MAS Contract?

    Agencies can use the GSA MAS contract in place of internal procurements. The contract can be used for one-time projects or to establish blanket purchase agreements (BPAs). BPAs are indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts that ensure skilled contractors like Logan Simpson are available to meet needs as they arise.

    For more information about the GSA MAS contracting process, Visit GSA’s How to Buy Through GSA page or reach out to the MAS National Customer Service Center at 800-488-3111.

    Contract Number 47QRAA22D0004
  • Hearing Native Voices: The Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project

    Jewel Touchin, Senior Archaeologist

    Western values and perspectives often drive the legislation and compliance laws that apply to cultural resource investigations. In projects like the Navajo Gallup Water Supply Project, Logan Simpson strives to reclaim Native Americans’ points of view so traditional cultural values are considered.

    The United States Congress passed the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, Title X Part III (Public Law 111-11), authorizing the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) to construct, operate, and maintain the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project (NGWSP).  The NGWSP will provide a reliable water source to indigenous communities and municipalities within the arid Southwest, bringing running water to many households for the first time.

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