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Bases & Infrastructure | Delivery & Task Orders | Fuel & Power | Other Corporation | USA

Square D Wins $31.1M in Orders to Install Utility Meters at U.S. Naval Facilities

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Firin’ Up a Navy Power Plant(click to view full) Square D Company in Palatine, IL won 3 firm-fixed-priced task orders worth $31.1 million for design and installation of electric, gas, steam, and water metering at U.S. naval facilities in Washington state. The meters will allow the U.S. Navy to monitor, allocate and manage electricity, natural gas, and water commodities at its facilities. Square D competes for task orders under the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Program with American Systems in Chantilly, VA and Weston Solutions in San Antonio, TX. DID has more on the individual task orders and the AMI Program… Here is a breakdown of the Square D task orders: * #0004: Naval Station Everett for $2.8 million; * #0005: Naval Air Station Whidbey Island for $6.8 million; * #0006: Naval Base Kitsap for $21.5 million. Square D will provide design, procurement, installation, and testing of building level advanced metering systems in support of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 at these facilities. The company will perform the work in Silverdale, WA (69%); Oak Harbor, WA (22%); and Everett, WA (9%), which it expects to complete by July 2011. Funds are provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of […]

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