KBR and Nexus enter teaming agreement
Published by Tom Mostyn,
KBR, Inc. and Nexus Engineering Group, LLC have announced that they have entered into a three-year teaming agreement to provide local, cost effective capital project execution and engineering support to existing and new clients. The initial focus of the agreement will be the Great Lakes region with plans to expand to other regions in the United States.
KBR and Nexus will marry their combined experience, skill and approach with emerging technologies and project execution processes to provide advantaged project solutions to clients. Through this collaboration they will offer better team integration, improved project investment returns and performance based on life cycle analysis leading to increased stakeholder satisfaction. In addition, project solutions from KBR and Nexus will produce lower total project costs and shorter schedules.
“We are excited to team with KBR and its outstanding engineering, construction and project professionals,” said Jeff Herzog, President and Co-Founder, Nexus. “Our common goal is to reshape our approach to small and midsized capital projects by combining leading design, engineering and information technology tools to consistently and predictably deliver outstanding project performance that meets our client’s business objectives.”
“This agreement leverages the best in class capabilities of each company to provide local solutions that maximise cost efficiencies and fit the unique needs of each customer,” said Jay Ibrahim, KBR President, Energy Solutions – Services. “We are looking forward to working with Nexus who, like KBR, is committed to the highest level of execution and safety performance.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/03062019/kbr-and-nexus-enter-teaming-agreement/
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