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Base support contract for KBR at Prince Sultan Airbase

Posted 15 September 2020 · Add Comment

Global services and solutions company KBR, (the merged businesses of Kellogg and Brown & Root) has been awarded a $93.6 million contract from the U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) for base operations services at the Prince Sultan Air Base (PSAB) in Saudi Arabia.


KBR will be providing resources to support the base and help ensure quality of life for the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing and partner forces. It will supply all personnel, supervision, labour, training, vehicles, tools, safety equipment and other force support services.

KBR handles a full spectrum of support services necessary for smooth and safe military base operations all around the world, including base support in Kuwait and Bahrain. KBR’s international footprint, robust supply chain and military readiness expertise enables the company to quickly mobilize to meet customers’ urgent requests.

 

Prince Sultan Airbase (Image Al Defiyah)

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