FALLS CHURCH, Va. (July 16, 2008) – The U.S.Army Corps of Engineers, Afghanistan Engineering District, hasawarded DynCorp International (NYSE:DCP) a $23.2 millionconstruction project in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
The new contract — called the Kunduz II project – was awarded ina full and open competition. It is the second phase of work alreadyunder way in Kunduz to support the Afghan National Army. Kunduz IIwill enhance support capabilities of the garrison facilities thatDynCorp International is designing and building under the firstcontract award. Once completed, the two projects will provide afull range of facilities to accommodate ANA troops, includinginfantry barracks, dining areas, classroom/training areas, power,water, wastewater systems, a road network, maintenance facilities,and fuel storage/handling. The additional work under this award isto be completed in 320 days.
The base award is $23.2 million. If all contract options areexercised, the Kunduz II project has a potential value of more than$43 million.
This follows previous U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awards toDynCorp International for construction in Jalalabad, Bermel, andthe first phase of work in Kunduz.
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