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Up to $316M to URS for US DoD Engineering and Maintenance Support

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URS Corp. in San Francisco, CA received 4 contracts from the US Department of Defense (DoD) to provide engineering services and maintenance support to the US Army and US Navy. The 4 contracts have a combined maximum value of $316 million over 5 years if all options are exercised. In addition, URS is active in the DoD environmental contracts area, having won in 2009 lucrative contracts awarded by the US Air Force and US Army to provide environmental construction and remediation services. The 4 engineering and maintenance support contracts are: * A $46 million contract to provide inspection and maintenance on US Army equipment in South Korea, including combat vehicles, construction and engineering equipment, material handling equipment, wheel vehicles, trailers, ground support and special purpose equipment, and weapons and turret systems. The contract includes a 1-year base period followed by 4 one-year options. * A $103 million contract to provide aircraft maintenance and modification services to the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC), including engineering and technical support, customer assistance, logistics and operations management, and aviation ground support. The contract includes a 1-year base period followed by 2 one-year options. * A $140 million contract to provide […]

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