Newberg-Perini Awarded $300 Million Contract To Support Entire ComEd Nuclear Power `Fleet'.
Perini Corporation (AMEX:PCR) announced today that it had received a contract valued at $300 million from Commonwealth Edison Co. of Illinois, one of the nation's leading nuclear power generators, to supply construction management services for maintenance and modification work required for all of ComEd's nuclear plants for a five year period. Newberg/Perini, a division of Perini Corporation, will perform the work under an existing 50/50 joint venture with Stone & Webster, Incorporated in support of ComEd's nuclear services program.
Under the agreement, the Newberg/Perini and Stone & Webster team will provide construction, maintenance and support services to ComEd's Braidwood, Byron, Dresden, LaSalle and Quad Cities nuclear generating stations.
Newberg/Perini has worked for ComEd on their nuclear sites since the construction program started in the 1960's, providing construction and maintenance/modification services. Newberg/Perini, in joint venture with Stone & Webster of Boston, Massachusetts, is currently performing the maintenance/ modification contract at ComEd's Braidwood and Dresden nuclear sites.
Perini Corporation provides construction management and general contracting services to private industry as well as federal, state and local agencies throughout the United States and select international locations.
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