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Jacobs-CDM Smith JV to Provide Disaster Response Support Under $100M FEMA Contract

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 4, 2018 — A joint venture between Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) and CDM Smith will provide disaster response services to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency under a potential $100 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

Jacobs said Thursday the joint venture will deliver public assistance recovery operations, construction, technical and project management services to help address damage in Puerto Rico that resulted from Hurricane Maria.

The company will also help FEMA conduct damage assessment on critical infrastructure and collaborate with the Puerto Rican government to estimate scopes of work and costs for the restoration.

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