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BRAC Work Continues At Fort Sam Houston For Eaton

by: Matthew Potter
March 2, 2010

Category: BRAC, Business Line, Companies, Congress, Contract Additions, Contract Awards, Department of Defense, Events, logistics, medicine, Services, States, Texas, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army | RSS 2.0

The last round of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) act in the United States moved to consolidate development and training centers. One base that is gaining from this policy is Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX. Because it was decided to move most of the military’s medical training to this location much work is being done to expand the facilities there. Eaton Corporation received a further contract addition worth $8 million.

The contract is for electrical services and parts to support the construction of the required facilities. One key component of this is a 425 bed hospital that Eaton Corp. has been working on.

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