Tag Archives: KBR

KBR Wins Contract with Zeon Chemicals

KBR has recently been awarded a contract by Zeon Chemicals to provide construction management and construction services for its Nitrile Rubber Plant Expansion project. The work will take place in Pasadena, Texas. “KBR is committed to providing quality construction services in support of Zeon’s endeavor to expand Texas facility and …

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KBR Announces its Contract Win on Phase Two Expansion Project

KBR recently announced its subsidiary the Building Group has been awarded the phase two expansion of Dupont’s Chestnut Run Plaza, the firm’s suburban campus in Wilmington, Del. The building will hold 800 employees and consist of four levels of office space. “The award of Phase Two underscores KBR’s reputation for …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, GTEC inked a $94 million deal with Navy, and Northrop and General Dynamics won two Army contracts. CF International won a re-compete five-year deal from the City and County of San Francisco, valued at $6.5 million. Booz Allen, Boeing, Lockheed penned Air Force contracts, and KBR won a …

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Monday Moves

This week saw Bill Bodie set up camp at Parsons, following his departure from KBR.  Bodie stepped down from his post at the Houston-based firm earlier this month. Also, Alan Tashima was selected by NJVC to helm the company’s Intelligence Community operations as a vice president.

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Bill Bodie Leaving KBR

According to GovCon Wire, Bill Bodie will resign from KBR on May 14: “KBR (NYSE:KBR) official Bill Bodie will be resigning his position as head of North American Government and Defense, according to a source inside the company. KBR issued the following statement to GovCon Wire: “Bill Bodie has tendered …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – May 6, 2010

Bill Bodie resigned from KBR. GSA Administrator Martha Johnson wants a carbon-neutral government. President Obama signed the Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act. This French cyber expert says he “lives in a world of nightmares.” Non-latin characters are coming to the internet as ICANN opens up its registration. Brunei needs better …

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Wave of Fiscal Results Rolls In

Several major government contractors reported fiscal figures. In case you missed any, here’s a brief rundown: General Dynamics (NYSE:GD) reported first-quarter 2010 earnings from continuing operations of $599 million, or $1.54 per share on a fully diluted basis, compared with 2009 first-quarter earnings from continuing operations of $593 million, or …

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