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Navy awards Halliburton another $15 million for Hurricane Wilma cleanup
30 Nov. 2005

WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 (HalliburtonWatch.org) -- The U.S. Navy awarded $15 million to Halliburton's KBR subsidiary to cleanup areas damaged by Hurricane Wilma, it was announced yesterday. The Navy awarded the money pursuant to its "Construction Capabilities" (or CONCAP) contract with KBR, executed via competitive bidding in 2001 and renewed in 2004. The total value of the contract is not to exceed $500 million.

KBR is repairing family housing and supporting general cleanup in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Wilma in South Florida and the Key West, Florida region. The $15 million brings the current value of KBR's Hurricane Wilma contract work to $34.5 million. The work is expected to be completed by January 2006, the Navy said.

CONCAP was awarded to KBR by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic, Norfolk, Va. (N62470-04-D-4017).

KBR is also doing cleanup work in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The current value of contracts awarded to KBR for Katrina equals $124.9 million and includes contracts with the Department of Defense and FEMA.

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