GPTech Awarded Two-Year Task Order to Provide A&E Support in Ukraine and Moldova

Posted on October 2, 2020 · Posted in Announcements, Projects

Green Powered Technology (GPTech) is excited to announce that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded our firm with a task order under the Global A&E II IDIQ to provide architectural and engineering support services in Ukraine and Moldova. The primary goal of this work is to ensure that planning/design of infrastructure and tender/construction activities implemented under USAID-funded awards in Ukraine and Moldova comply with USAID policies, safety and quality standards, and best engineering practices.

GPTech and our partners, WSP, E3 International, and local Ukrainian and Moldovan consultants, will support USAID in its efforts to strengthen the development impact, sustainability, and cost effectiveness of USAID/Ukraine and USAID/Moldova infrastructure investments across various sectors.

Phillip Green, President and Founder of Green Powered Technology, stated, “We are honored that USAID has selected us to provide A&E support in Ukraine and Moldova. We are committed to our mission of providing cost effective, safe, and sustainable infrastructure to promote the development of communities.”

For further information about this project, please contact Phillip S. Green, President and CEO, at

About Green Powered Technology:  Green Powered Technology is an SBA 8(a), Veteran-Owned firm guided by the principle that a business can do good. We help governments, private sector enterprises, and other stakeholders in countries worldwide develop traditional and renewable power generation projects, improve their procurement practices, and ensure that the benefits of modern energy systems are shared by all members of society.