CB&I awarded multi-year maintenance contract
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CB&I awarded multi-year maintenance contract

11:29 AM, 22nd December 2015
CB&I awarded multi-year maintenance contract
Chip Ray, president of CB&I’s capital services operating group. (File photo)

THE WOODLANDS, US: Chicago Bridge & Iron Company NV (CB&I) said that it has been awarded a multi-year extension on an existing contract valued at more than $100 million for long-term maintenance services at multiple specialty chemical facilities throughout the US Gulf Coast.

“CB&I has long supported our customer through both maintenance and capital projects,” said Chip Ray, president of CB&I’s capital services operating group. “This recent extension underscores our long-standing relationship and our mutual focus on expertise, innovation and safety."

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