Engineering and consulting firm Louis Berger Group Inc. has been awarded a $95 million contract to assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburg District, the Morristown-based company announced Tuesday.Louis Berger will support the Army Corps of Engineers in responding to natural disasters and emergencies by providing temporary emergency power. The company will also asses power requirements, install diesel-powered emergency generators, and provide fueling, operations and maintenance, and generator repair services when necessary. The contract will continue through Oct. 21, 2019.
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“We are proud that USACE Pittsburgh has entrusted us once again to support and enhance the continued success of its programs under this new emergency power contract,” Tom Lewis, Louis Berger’s Group president, said in a prepared statement. “With our vast global resources and experience, Louis Berger is well-positioned to help these identified regions meet their temporary power requirements. We will provide resources, staff and equipment to facilities within 24 hours of an emergency and will be available around the clock until the emergency concludes.”
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