USAID begins selecting contractors for Iraq Capital Construction Contract
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced the award of the Iraq Capital Construction Contract. The contract covers the infrastructure repair work on power generation facilities, electrical grids, municipal water systems and sewage systems.
The contract is by far the largest to be handed out by USAID as part of the planned reconstruction process. As conditions in Iraq begin to stabilize, the project will need to mobilize staff quickly from all over the world. EPCglobal, the staffing solutions company, is preparing to meet the upcoming demand for contractors and staff from the UK. — (menareport.com)
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