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MK WINS CONTRACT FOR DECOMMISSIONING OF RESEARCH REACTOR IN MASSACHUSETTS; RECEIVES LOCOMOTIVE AWARD IN AUSTRALIA

 MK WINS CONTRACT FOR DECOMMISSIONING OF RESEARCH REACTOR
 IN MASSACHUSETTS; RECEIVES LOCOMOTIVE AWARD IN AUSTRALIA
 BOISE, Idaho, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Morrison Knudsen Corp. (MK) (NYSE: MRN) announced today that MK has received a $7.6-million contract to perform decommissioning, demolition and site restoration of the research reactor at the U.S. Army Materials Technology Laboratory in Watertown, Mass.
 The contract was awarded by the Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, under MK's five-year, $50-million Preplaced Remedial Action contract with the Corps of Engineers.
 MK also announced that its Morrison Knudsen of Australia unit has received an approximately $7-million contract from BHP Steel Long Products Division to remanufacture and upgrade six diesel/electric locomotives and repair and upgrade various rolling stock equipment. The work will be performed at MKA's Whyalla, South Australia facility.
 Administration of the Corps of Engineers' decommissioning contract will be performed by the Corps' New England Division. Work will begin immediately, with decommissioning scheduled for completion by the end of 1992 and demolition and site restoration to be completed by the end of 1993.
 Morrison Knudsen Corp. is an international company serving the environmental, industrial process, power and transportation markets with complete development, design/engineering, construction, operating and financial services.
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 /CONTACT: Jess Hawley of Morrison Knudsen, 208-386-5000/
 (MRN) CO: Morrison Knudsen Corp.; U.S. Army Materials Technology
 Laboratory; BHP Steel Long Products Division ST: Idaho IN: CST TRN SU: CON


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