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Contractors Fear Slow Awards Will Jam Louisiana Deadlines

Publication Date: 4/29/2009
Author: Angelle Bergeron
Format: HTML

Description:
With 25 months left to bring New Orleans’ Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System to 100-year protection levels by a promised June 1, 2011, deadline, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded 180 contracts worth $2.5 billion of the roughly 350 contracts required for the $14.3-billion program.

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