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Siemens Government Tech Secures Expanded ESPC Work at 2 Army Depots; Tina Dolph Quoted

Tina Dolph

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 27, 2018 — Siemens‘ U.S. government subsidiary has received separate contracts worth $60.8M combined to continue efforts in energy conservation and infrastructure modernization at two U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center facilities, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 31.

Siemens Government Technologies said Oct. 30 an energy savings performance contract valued at $26.8M covers work at the Corpus Christi Army Depot in Texas, while another ESPC award worth $34M involves programs at the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima, Ohio.

“We recognize the essential role the Army depots perform every day in maintaining and sustaining the force, and we take great pride in helping the Army achieve their energy conservation and sustainability goals,” said Tina Dolph, president and CEO of SGT.

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