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Dewberry Selected to Provide Remote Sensing Services in Support of Incident Management and Homeland

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Monday, July 15th 2013
| Fairfax, Virginia


Fairfax, VA—July 11, 2013 Dewberry, a national consulting firm, was recently selected by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide emergency response remote sensing services throughout the United States and its territories. Services include capturing digital and oblique aerial imagery, LiDAR, and other remotely sensed information, as well as assessment and distribution of the information to support emergency and non-emergency DHS missions. Dewberry has a long history of supporting DHS with disaster recovery and response assistance and this new contract offers DHS and Dewberry the opportunity to work closer together in times of emergency.

About Dewberry

Dewberry is a leading professional services firm with a proven history of providing architecture, engineering, and management and consulting services to a wide variety of public- and private-sector clients. Recognized for combining unsurpassed commitment to client service with deep subject matter expertise, Dewberry is dedicated to solving clients’ most complex challenges and transforming their communities. Established in 1956, Dewberry is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, with more than 40 locations and 1,800+ professionals nationwide. To learn more, visit www.dewberry.com. # # #

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