Engineering and consulting firm Louis Berger Group, Inc., won a $95 million contract with the Army Corps of Engineers, the Department of Defense announced Wednesday.RELATED: Louis Berger wins NYC contract for post-Sandy work
The Morristown-based company will support the Army Corps of Engineers when it assesses power requirements and installs and maintains emergency generators at “critical facilities,” within 24 hours of an emergency support request from a state or territory.
There were two bidders for the firm-fixed-price contract, which has an estimated completion date of Oct. 21, 2019.
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