KBR wins engineering services contract for DuPont plants in US, Mexico
KBR will now provide comprehensive engineering, procurement, construction management, and continuous construction and maintenance services for most DuPont manufacturing sites in the US.
KBR has been awarded a five-year master services agreement
(MSA) with DuPont Engineering to provide engineering,
procurement and construction management (EPCM)
services for most DuPont facilities in the US and Mexico,
company officials said on Tuesday.
Expected revenue from the first year of the undisclosed
contract value will be included in the backlog of unfilled
orders for KBR's hydrocarbons business in the fourth quarter of
The balance of the contract value will be added to backlog
during the life of the agreement.
This contract extends the long-standing EPCM services support
of DuPont facilities in the US Northeast
region to now include the entire US region and Mexico.
In combination with the recently awarded industrial services
contract, KBR will now provide comprehensive engineering,
procurement, construction management, and
continuous construction and maintenance services for most DuPont
manufacturing sites in the US.
As part of this expanded relationship, KBR will also open a new
office in Charleston, West Virginia.
"We have a long and proud history of top quartile project execution with DuPont, and
this agreement is an outstanding milestone in further
strengthening KBR's 20-plus year partnership with an industry
leader in the safe and efficient development and execution of
capital projects," said Roy Oelking,
president of KBR's hydrocarbons business.
"We are fully committed to continuing this partnership with
DuPont in new locations in support of ongoing excellence in
safe and profitable project delivery for years to come,"