DuPont Extends Contract With KBR Global Engineering, Construction, Services Company For 5 Years
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KBR bags DuPont’s contract in US gulf coast

10:51 AM, 10th September 2013
KBR Extends Its Dupont Contract

HOUSTON, US: KBR, a global engineering, construction and services company, has secured a five year extension to provide contracted construction and maintenance services to DuPont. KBR’s contract renewal includes an expansion of services from 17 sites to 26 DuPont sites across the northeast US and gulf coast regions.

“We are pleased to extend our partnership with DuPont for another five years as this award builds upon our powerful 60-year construction and maintenance legacy in the industrial services sector. KBR’s ability to provide a continuity of service is important for present and future employees as we focus on safety, productivity and providing cost-effective services,” said Darrell Hargrave, President, KBR Industrial Services.

 

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