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April 26, 2016
Fugro Awarded Contract by CHS to Provide Hydrographic Survey Services in Canada

Fugro has been awarded a Supply Arrangement by the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) to provide vessel based hydrographic survey services. Under this contract CHS will procure hydrographic surveys as needed, anywhere in Canada, to enhance its capacity for data acquisition and processing in support of its nautical charting programme.

Hydrographic survey data from ports, harbours, nearshore and offshore regions will be acquired and processed using Fugro’s vessels, equipment and personnel. The resulting data will be used by CHS ultimately to update its nautical charts.

This Supply Arrangement, together with the Supply Arrangement for Airborne LiDAR Bathymetry (ALB) awarded in 2013, will enable Fugro to fully support the Government of Canada in its plans to implement an integrated multi-platform methodology to hydrographic surveying anywhere in Canada, including the Arctic region.

Fugro provides International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) compliant survey services to numerous governments throughout the world and prides itself on being regarded as the ‘go to’ source for complex projects where time constraints and user safety are of primary concern.

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