CB&I awarded storage tank contract in Mississippi

Jan. 27, 2009
CB&I has been awarded a contract by the Harrison County Utility Authority in Mississippi for the engineering, fabrication and construction of seven elevated water storage tanks. The project is an important part of the Mississippi Gulf Region Water and Wastewater Plan to rebuild and storm-proof water and wastewater infrastructure impacted by Hurricane Katrina. Work is scheduled to be completed in 2011...

THE WOODLANDS, TX, Jan. 27, 2009 -- CB&I has been awarded a contract by the Harrison County Utility Authority in Mississippi for the engineering, fabrication and construction of seven elevated water storage tanks. The project is an important part of the Mississippi Gulf Region Water and Wastewater Plan to rebuild and storm-proof water and wastewater infrastructure impacted by Hurricane Katrina. Work is scheduled to be completed in 2011.

"We are pleased to utilize our expertise to help ensure clean and readily available water supplies for Harrison County residents as part of the hurricane recovery effort," said Philip K. Asherman, President and CEO. "A project awarded by a single customer for seven elevated tanks in one contract is uncommon and demonstrates our leadership in the industry and our reputation for meeting the highest standards of quality and dependability."

CB&I combines proven process technology with global capabilities in engineering, procurement and construction to deliver comprehensive solutions to customers in the energy and natural resource industries.

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