URS said the work at the Red River facility in Texas and the Sierra Army Depot in California will be done under separate orders from the Army Tank and Automotive Command and are worth about $183 million.
URS will provide vehicle maintenance, refurbishment, logistics and care of material in storage at the locations, and will work closely with the government workforce at both sites, the company said.
"These wins reflect our successful long-term partnership with the Red River and Sierra Army Depots, and our role as a valued and capable service provider for TACOM," said Randall A. Wotring, president of URS' Federal Services division. "With these contracts, we have solidified our position as a leading provider for U.S. Army depot maintenance and logistics."
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