Moffatt & Nichol, a consulting firm driving innovation in port, water, and transportation infrastructure, is excited to announce the SBA approval of the Biohabitats–Moffatt & Nichol mentor-protégé relationship. This relationship will support and enhance the capabilities of both firms, while expanding opportunities to protect biodiversity, address climate change, and restore critical habitat throughout the U.S. and its territories. The team’s federal experience includes projects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Navy, National Park Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Forest Services, National Resources Conservation Service, and a host of other federal clients.
“We at Moffatt & Nichol are excited to serve in the mentor role under this SBA program. Our company’s long history of work in coastal, water resources and environmental restoration, engineering with nature, and the implementation of natural and nature-based features make Biohabitats a perfect fit as a protégé firm,” said Senior Vice President/Water Practice Lead Johnny Martin. “With this partnership and the recent acquisition of Waggonner & Ball, we can build on shared values and experience, and provide our federal, state, and local clients with some of the best minds in the field, focused on optimizing the balance between gray, green, and hybrid infrastructure solutions where land meets water, and achieving long-term returns on investment in the interest of communities.
“We are thrilled to partner with Moffatt & Nichol in this mentor-protégé relationship,” said Biohabitats practice leader, Ted Brown. “Together, we can amplify the impact of our work and deliver the very best nature-based solutions—to our clients, to the communities they serve and to the ecosystems that sustain us all.
The SBA’s Mentor-Protégé Program was created to help eligible small businesses gain capacity and win government contracts through partnerships with more experienced companies.