A joint venture of Dewberry and Jacobs Engineering Group will provide on-call design services for federally funded infrastructure improvement projects across five boroughs of New York City under a three-year, $30M contract. Dewberry said it seeks to fulfill preliminary and final design and professional services task orders for Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx.Read More »
Jacobs Engineering has received a 15-month, $27M bridge contract to continue helping the U.S. Army test biological and chemical substances at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah. The company said Wednesday it has provided support services at the military facility's West Desert Test Center for 15 years.Read More »
Terry Hagen, president of the aerospace and technology business at Jacobs Engineering Group, has cited intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology offerings as the key driver of interest for Jacobs' plan to acquire KeyW for approximately $815M cash, the Dallas Business Journal reported Monday.Read More »
A subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering Group has received a potential $38.2M contract to help the U.S. Army test and evaluate chemical and biological agent interactions. The Department of Defense said Monday Jacobs Technology will perform work at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah through June 23, 2020.Read More »
Steven Demetriou, chairman and CEO of Jacobs Engineering Group, told Bloomberg in a video interview aired Thursday that he sees robust funding of state and local government agencies for infrastructure. He said most of the new governors prioritize infrastructure and funding has been unleashed across several areas such as transportation, airports, water and railways.
Jacobs Engineering Group will continue to help NASA operate the space agency’s research facility in Hampton, Va., under a one-year, $46M contract extension. The company said Wednesday it will perform design engineering work at the Langley Research Center and manage projects, construction, assets and configuration tasks for laboratories, test equipment, wind …Read More »