The services are being provided under a three-year firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers worth $10 million.
Work under the award includes the assessment, design and installation of cathodic protection systems, corrosion studies, training of base personnel, field consulting during construction and system evaluation through post-construction award services.
"We are pleased to partner with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers through their Corrosion Services Worldwide program," said Corrpro President Greta Senn. "Dating back to 2003, this is Corrpro's third Corrosion Services Worldwide IDIQ contract award, and Corrpro's first contract with the US Army Corps of Engineers.
"As a leading company dedicated to corrosion engineering, Corrpro has extensive experience in the engineering design, build and monitoring of cathodic protection systems used to protect and extend the useful life of vital assets. This award is another instance with which Corrpro has proven itself as a company dedicated to corrosion engineering for the Department of Defense."
Corrpro Companies is a subsidiary of Aegion Corp.
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