Missoula-based Abatement Contractors of Montana, LLC (ACM) was recently awarded a $25,000,000 with the Air Mobility Command at Fairchild Air Force Base. One of just four companies participating in the four-year, multiple task order contract (MATOC) contract, ACM is a general contracting and environmental remediation company. In 10 years, the 8 (a) certified firm has grown from a three-person operation to a firm employing 31 people in two states. Government contracting has added a vital dimension to ACM’s client roster and bottom line. The company has successfully managed over 200 8(a) projects, in addition to completing hundreds of commercial and private residential projects. The Missoula PTAC has had the opportunity to assist owner and president Tanya Chemodurow in a variety of ways over the years. In fact, she has worked with several PTAC advisors. Most recently Tanya worked with Patty Cox to ensure that ACM’s Idaho branch office was properly registered with Dun & Bradstreet and in the System for Award Management (SAM). Patty coordinated with the Small Business Administration (SBA) to make certain the location was recognized as a bona fide office. Without such recognition, ACM would not have been eligible for the MATOC award.
Tanya had this to say about PTAC, “You guys are all so great and you make a pretty amazing team!” The Missoula PTAC is honored to work with Abatement Contractors of Montana and congratulates Tanya on her tireless efforts to learn about government contracting, compete in the marketplace and win big.