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Aegion Subsidiary Wins $10M US Army Corps of Engineers Contract

Photo: Peter Baxter
Photo: Peter Baxter

Corrpro Companies Inc. has won a three-year $10 million contract to provide the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with cathodic protection and corrosion control services.

The Aegion Corp. subsidiary will perform the services on fuel storage tanks and transfer pipeline assets in various military installations worldwide, the company announced Friday.

Other services included in the contract are cathodic protection systems assessment, design and installation, corrosion studies, personnel training, field consulting during construction and post-construction system evaluations.

Greta Senn, Corrpro president, said the contract is the third corrosion services worldwide IDIQ award it has received and the first with the Corps of Engineers.

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