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KBR Will Pocket up to $245M to Provide Army Support in Balkans, Europe

KBR (NYSE: KBR) will receive up to $245 million over five years to provide base operations and support services in up to 51 countires for the U.S. Army.

The company will initially provide services in Kosovo and Romania, including facility maintenance and utility, troop, operational and construction services.

KBR currently provides services in Kosovo, Romania and Germany under the U.S. Army Europe support contract. It has maintained a presence in the Balkans under the contract since 1995.

This award has a one-year base and four one-year option and is the fifth contract under the program, which have all been managed by the Middle East district and its predecessors.

“This contract aligns with KBR North American government and logistics’ objective to leverage the company’s position in the Department of Defense sustainment market outside the continental United States by maintaining KBR’s incumbency status on this BOS contract, ”  said Mark Williams, group president of infrastructure, government and power. “It also supports our goal to grow OCONUS contingency work since services could be activated anywhere in the USAREUR AOR.”

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