Jacobs wins engineering services contract from Saudi Aramco

Source: Jacobs Engineering

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) was awarded a major contract by Saudi Aramco for general engineering and project management services (GES+). 

Officials did not disclose the contract value; however, they noted that the work is expected to be executed by its office in al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia. The duration of the GES+ contract is five years and covers all engineering, procurement and construction management services for Saudi Aramco's Capital Program. 

Saudi Aramco is offering the GES+ contract to only a select number of companies for the execution of its general engineering and project management services needs. Under the contract award, Jacobs is providing a variety of design and related services, as well as the full range of project management services. 

In making the announcement, Jacobs Group Vice President Mike Coyle stated, "Jacobs is delighted to have the opportunity to build upon our longstanding relationship with Saudi Aramco as one of its preferred providers on such a significant program. When fully developed, the GES+ program not only increases our opportunities, but also enhances the stature of Saudi Arabian engineering and construction throughout the world."

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