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Contract puts Fluor in frame for $5bn of work for US Navy a year

An EA-6B Prowler launches from the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan in the western Pacific Ocean (US Navy photo/Public domain)

New York-listed Fluor Corporation has won a 7.5-year role on the US Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command’s “SeaPort Next Generation” contract, making it eligible to bid for an estimated $5bn worth of work each year in the period.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity arrangement puts Fluor in the frame for engineering and programme management services across the entire spectrum Navy activities.

“This award further positions Fluor in the professional and technical solutions space and allows the company to provide a wide range of innovative and value-added services for the Department of the Navy,” said Tom D’Agostino, group president of Fluor’s Mission Solutions business.

“Fluor has a long history of supporting various Navy commands and the company looks forward to continuing its work through this contract.”

SeaPort Next Generation is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 23 functional areas.

Image: An EA-6B Prowler launches from the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan in the western Pacific Ocean (US Navy photo/Public domain)

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