CB&I bags 5-year maintenance services contract in US

CB&I bags 5-year maintenance services contract in US

9:05 AM, 13th October 2016
CB&I bags 5-year maintenance services contract in US

THE WOODLANDS, US: Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CB&I) has been awarded a 5-year contract renewal valued approx at $350 million for maintenance, turnarounds and capital construction for a major refinery in the Midwest, US.

"CB&I is dedicated to providing our clients with combined working excellence in an environment where safety is supreme," said Chip Ray, executive VP of CB&I's capital services operating group.

"This award extends our 25-plus year bond with the clients, and we will continue to deliver sustainable value through better consistency and performance,” added Chip Ray.

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