Byron Bright, President of KBR Government Solutions
KBR (NYSE: KBR) has reported $ 102.4 million in contracts and contracts to assist the U.S. Navy operate facilities in the United Arab Emirates and provide power generation services to U.S. Air Force personnel operating on a military airfield in Saudi Arabia.
Work under a potential eight-year contract for $ 67.4 million with Naval Atlantic Facility Engineering Systems Command Atlantic includes equipment maintenance, transportation, logistics and protection of the armed forces at four Navy locations in the United Arab Emirates, said KBR on Thursday.
The company added it plans to use data analysis and asset management tools to help the office operate facilities.
The USAF Civil Engineer Center awarded KBR a two-year $ 35 million contract to generate power for the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing and its allied forces.
The order was placed under the Rapid Response Contract Vehicle known as the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program V.
Byron Bright, president of KBR’s government solutions business and recipient of the Wash100 2021 award, said the company is looking to expand its presence in the military support space in the Middle East and is committed to helping customers in the sector meet readiness and sustainability needs to meet.