The Army Corps of Engineers has awarded Eaton a $20 million task order to provide engineering services and power distribution and control equipment for an electrical infrastructure modernization project at Fort Gordon in Georgia.
The power management company said Thursday it received the order through the U.S. Army‘s Utility and Monitoring Control Systems-IV contract vehicle.
Eaton is one of the 13 companies that won positions on the potential $2.5 billion contract in January 2015.
The company will deploy new generators, uninterruptible power systems, in-row cooling equipment and monitoring and control systems to Fort Gordon in efforts to help the Army comply with Uptime Institute Tier IV requirements.
Eaton will also help the Army test and commission systems as well as analyze the security of electrical systems at the base, which houses the service branch’s Cyber Center of Excellence.