Berger/Cummins wins US Defense genset contract

Berger/Cummins, a joint venture between Louis Berger Power and Cummins Power Generation, has won a $45 million contract from the USà‚ Defense Logistics Agency to supply gensets for emergency power.

Under the terms of the five-year ‘indefinite delivery indefinite quantity’ (IDIQ) contract, Louis Berger Power will aid in the distribution of Cummins gensets with the aim of strengthening the US Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) disaster relief response.

The gensets will be distributed in both the US and its overseas territories, Louis Berger said, to strengthen FEMA’s response capability in the event of natural or man-made disasters.

‘We are exceptionally proud to have this opportunity to provide DLA and FEMA with emergency power support,’ said Frank Jordano, president of Louis Berger Power.à‚  ‘Given the effects of global warming, rising sea levels and extreme weather conditions, this project will offer urgent solutions and contribute to federal readiness and response capability.’

Five contracts were awarded in total. à‚ 

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