WALTHAM, Mass., August 3, 2021—Cadmus was awarded a new, five-year prime contract with a $10 million ceiling to provide a wide range of support to the U.S. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Planning, which advances comprehensive transportation planning practices.
Cadmus assembled a team of nationally recognized, best-in-class practitioners who are at the forefront of addressing current and emerging challenges through the development of innovative solutions such as evaluating new mobility services, promoting resilient infrastructure, researching changing travel patterns, deploying new transportation funding structures, analyzing potential for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, and applying other solutions to global climate change.
Cadmus has worked with FHWA in a variety of capacities since 2013, including under a related contract to provide human/natural environment and realty support. Cadmus team members have successfully performed more than 40 projects over the last five years for FHWA’s Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty, bringing expertise across all technical work areas in the contract.
Cadmus’ work in sustainable transportation focuses on supporting clean, equitable, and resilient mobility solutions. We work with early adopters and market leaders to design, implement, and improve emerging transportation policy and practice solutions. Our primary service areas include:
- Vehicle Electrification and Clean Fuels
- Connected, Autonomous, and Shared Technologies
- Fleet Transformation
- All Hazard Preparedness and Resilient Infrastructure
- Social Justice and Equity in Transportation
- Sustainable Aviation and Ports
The Cadmus Group LLC is a strategic and technical consultancy compelled to help solve the world’s most challenging problems. We assemble outstanding teams of leading experts who work seamlessly across disciplines to help our clients achieve extraordinary results. From energy, water, and transportation to safety, security, and resilience—together, we are strengthening society and the natural world. Cadmus’ more than 600 consultants serve government, commercial, and nongovernmental organizations around the world.