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Fluor, AECOM JV Wins 5-Year Army Base Support Contract; Bruce Stanski Comments

Bruce Stanski

Rock Island Integrated Services, a joint venture of DEL-JEN Inc., a Fluor Corp. (NYSE: FLR) company, and AECOM (NYSE: ACM), have won a contract to perform base operations support at the Rock Island Arsenal in Illinois and six other locations in Illinois and Iowa, according to a Fluor statement.

“Rock Island is home to approximately 6, 000 military, civilian and contractor personnel, ” said Bruce Stanski, president of Fluor’s government group.

“It’s our responsibility to ensure the base facilities and utilities continuously support this vital defense installation.”

Work for the contract includes:
·         public works support
·         facilities engineering administration
·         water and sanitary sewage systems
·         government bridge operations
·         electrical distribution systems
·         pest management and control
·         family housing

According to the statement, Rock Island is the nation’s oldest government-owned weapons manufacturing arsenal.

A Majority of the work will be performed at the Rock Island Arsenal main base, a 946-acre island located on the Mississippi River between Davenport, Iowa, and Rock Island, Ill.

Additional contract values will be booked in subsequent years for an estimated value of approximately $109 million over five years.

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