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URS to Help Build Army Healthcare Facilities Under $585M IDIQ; Gary Jandegian Comments

URS logoURS Corp. (NYSE: URS) has won a position on a potential $585 million contract to design and build healthcare facilities for the U.S. Army in domestic and overseas locations.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract contains one base year and four option years, URS said Tuesday.

Under the Medical Repair and Renewal Program, the company will compete for task orders to help install and maintain equipment and systems at the medical centers.

“This contract expands upon the relationship that URS has established with the military in performing medical facilities design and build, starting with the renovation of the Keesler Air Force Base Medical Center following Hurricane Katrina and, recently, the design-build of a new medical education training complex at Fort Sam Houston in Texas, ” said Gary Jandegian, president of URS’ infrastructure and environment business.

URS will also compete to help repair and renovate buildings.

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