KBR Unveils New Logo, Website; Stuart Bradie Quoted

KBR Unveils New Logo, Website; Stuart Bradie Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event

KBR has updated its brand with a new logo and a website redesign in a move to reflect the firm’s transformation as a services provider to the government and energy sectors.

The company said Friday the logo symbolizes its focus on digitalization, its global reach and the domains of land, water, sky and space where it offers various services.

“We are excited about the future and it is the perfect time to introduce a fresh look that reflects today's KBR,” said President and CEO Stuart Bradie.

Bradie added the company recorded growth for nine consecutive quarters and aims to continue expanding operations.

The firm’s new website is designed to simplify navigation and access to business information for customers and employees.

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