KBR subsidiary acquires civil construction company in US

KBR subsidiary acquires civil construction company in US

9:20 AM, 17th November 2016
KBR subsidiary acquires civil construction company in US

HOUSTON, US: Brown & Root Industrial Services LLC, a subsidiary of KBR Inc has procured a full-service civil construction company in US, MEI Group LLC (MEI).

Brown & Root a leading provider of engineering, construction, and reliability-driven maintenance solutions, is a joint venture between KBR and Bernhard Capital Partners.

Headquartered in White Castle, Louisiana (US), with more than 1,300 employees, MEI is a leading provider of a turnaround, speciality, and construction related services to the refinery, petrochemical and fertiliser markets.

With this transaction, Brown & Root Industrial Services will grow to more than 8,500 employees across 31 locations nationwide, significantly expanding its turnaround, speciality welding, construction, and fabrication services.

“The addition of MEI's resources and expertise builds our company’s capabilities, enabling it to deliver a complete service offering spanning the full spectrum of requirements for the operating customers,” said Stuart Bradie, president and CEO of KBR.

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