LOS ANGELES (AP) — Aecom Technology Corp., which handles construction management and other services for governments and corporations, said on Tuesday that it has gotten two contracts worth as much as $72 million for work at the Letterkenny U.S. Army Depot near Chambersburg, Pa.
The work under the two contracts includes production engineering and manufacturing related to the Army's mine-resistant truck. Aecom said it would provide about 420 maintenance and production workers for its part of the contracts.
Each contract has a four-month base period with options for eight additional four-month periods, for a potential term of three years each. The two contracts run at the same time.
Aecom shares fell 11 cents to close at $27.51.