THE WOODLANDS, Texas, Nov. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CB&I ( NYSE:CBI) today announced it has been awarded a contract renewal valued at more than $100 million by Arizona Public Service (APS) for maintenance and modification services for APS's fleet-wide fossil power generation facilities in Arizona and New Mexico. The award is an extension of CB&I's existing scope of work relating to outage, non-outage, operations and maintenance and capital projects.
"This contract extension indicates the confidence our customers have in CB&I's experience providing industry-leading, multiple-site maintenance," said Patrick K. Mullen, President of CB&I's Engineering, Construction and Maintenance operating group. "CB&I is proud of our relationship with APS, and we are committed to working with them to ensure the highest levels of performance, quality and safety."
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