Halliburton awarded $19.5 million for Hurricane Wilma relief
9 Nov. 2005
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (HalliburtonWatch.org) -- Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg Brown & Root Services (KBR) was awarded another $15 million by the Navy to rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Wilma, it was announced today. The money was awarded under task order 0023 of the CONCAP) contract (N62470-04-D-4017) executed between Halliburton and the Navy in 2001 after competitive bidding and renewed in 2004. ###
The award brings the total task order amount for Wilma relief to $19.5 million.
The task order requires KBR to repair family housing units and continue hurricane relief efforts in South Florida and the Key West Florida region, the Navy said. Work is expected to be completed by January, 2006.
The total value of Halliburton's work for repairing damage by Hurricane Katrina already equals $124.9 million and includes work awarded under CONCAP and FEMA contracts.
The total value of CONCAP is not to exceed $500 million. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command in Atlantic, Norfolk, Va., is the agency which awarded CONCAP to Halliburton.