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AECOM snags a 5-year design and construction contract with NASA
A month-and-a-half after AECOM announced it would be moving its corporate headquarters to Texas, the global architecture and engineering giant has procured a 5-year, $300 million contract to provide services to NASA across the region. As part of the Southeast Regional Architect and Engineering (SERAE) program, AECOM will provide architecture, engineering, planning, and civil support to help restore and raise structures at NASA sites across the South. That includes facilities ranging from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the White Sands Test Facility
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