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CDM Smith

CDM Smith is an engineering and construction firm based in Boston. CDM Smith currently holds multiple contracts for construction projects in Israel, and CDM Smith is a major supplier of the US military and the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Support for Israeli colonization

CDM Smith has received $158.65 million to date ($92.19 million in fiscal year 2020 alone) through US Department of Defense (DoD) contracts for construction and engineering projects in Israel, much of which was for work on Israeli military installations. In 2020, CDM Smith was awarded one DoD contract worth $91.6 million for "Military Construction" in Israel which included the construction of "Airfield Structures." In 2021, Defense Daily reported that CDM Smith had been "awarded a $25,401,975 firm-fixed-price contract for construction of an office building and a maintenance works aircraft hangar," further noting, "Work will be performed in Israel with an estimated completion date of Feb. 21, 2023." See this list from USASpending.gov of contracts for work in Israel awarded to companies based in Massachusetts, which includes information about multiple contracts for work in Israel awarded to CDM Smith.

Support for the US military and US Department of Homeland Security

Outside of its dealings with Israel, CDM Smith has received a total of $1.11 billion to date through US Department of Defense contracts for the provision of products and services to the US military. In August 2017, CDM Smith along with its joint venture partner CAPE Environmental Management (CAPE) won an 11-year $950 million joint contract with the US Air Force Facility Civil Engineering Command to "design and construction of new facilities, as well as repair and restore existing infrastructure within the United States and around the globe." A CDM Smith press release on the contract notes: "Projects under the $950 million contract include military family housing, fueling systems, range construction, pavement systems, and classified or highly secure facilities."

CDM Smith has also received $168.13 million to date through contracts with the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the federal agency responsible for carrying out the US government's regime of tracking, detentions, and deportations of Black and Brown migrants.

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