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Deltek: $40B in Recompete Defense Contracts Up For Grabs

Defense Department components plan to offer three recompete contracts worth up to $40 billion combined starting this fall and continuing into the winter, the Washington Post reported Monday. Ashley Bergander writes both large and small companies could have an opportunity to participate in the bidding process for each of the contract …

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Bechtel Completes Ground-Based Midcourse Defense Project; Joe Brown Comments

Bechtel has announced the completion of a U.S. Missile Defense Agency project that aims to protects the country from long-range ballistic missile attacks. The company completed its task orders from the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense program, including construction of three missile fields at Fort Greely, Alaska, Bechtel said Monday. Under the contract …

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Bechtel Wins $296M for Navy Nuclear Propulsion Components

Bechtel‘s plant machinery division has won a $296, 442, 784 contract modification to continue providing nuclear propulsion components to the U.S. Navy. The Navy is allocating its fiscal year 2013 shipbuilding and conversion contract funds for this award and they will not expire at the end of the current fiscal …

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Bechtel Wins $355M for Navy Nuclear Propulsion Parts

Bechtel has won a $355, 877, 746 contract to provide the U.S. Navy nuclear propulsion components, the Defense Department announced Thursday. The company’s plant machinery division will perform 69 percent of the work in Monroeville, Pa. and the remainder in Schenectady, N.Y. The Pentagon did not announce a completion date …

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News- Bechtel and Calera Announce Strategic Partnership

Bechtel  Power Corporation and Calera Corporation have announced a strategic alliance to develop and build facilities that use carbon capture technology to help fight global warming by reducing emissions. The partnership will use existing Calera carbon capture technology and deploy it world wide. Brent Constantz, CEO at Calera, said “Calera …

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