Arcadis announced it has been selected by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Authority (Metro) to assist the agency in operational and capital improvements targeted at increased sustainability, transit accessibility and expanded service opportunities in advance of the city 2028 Olympic Games. As part of this three-year contract, Arcadis will provide support for Metros storage tank program, existing operations and select capital improvement programs. Specifically, Arcadis will deliver environmental services for a wide range of projects that support solid waste, recycling and hazardous waste compliance at Metro sites. The work will span Southern California, including some of the regions most economically disadvantaged areas. The contract has two one-year optional extensions. To ensure its technical services meet the needs of the community, Arcadis has integrated social impact and environmental stewardship goals into its service delivery plan. The team will adhere to cost-effective measures for managing resources efficiently, minimizing waste and reducing greenhouse gas emissions from project related travel. Using innovative tools like virtual reality to connect remote experts with field staff will lessen Arcadis carbon footprint, while the newly developed Irys app will be available to both Metro and the community to foster transparent engagement and encourage beneficial decision-making.