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May 21, 2014
07:30 EDTPRIMPrimoris announces new underground contract work valued at $200M
Primoris Services Corporation announced a new contract award from a large Southern California utility customer totaling $200M. The new contract was secured by Primoris Servicesí Underground division of ARB Inc., a Primoris subsidiary and part of the West Construction Services segment. The work will commence in June of 2014 and run through December of 2016. The award is for two of the five regions of the utilityís PSEP Performance Partnership program. The two regions awarded to ARB are the largest of the five from a spend perspective, with a total estimated combined spend of $200M on a reimbursable target price. The majority of the work is class upgrades, either hydrotesting to a higher pressure or replacing existing lines with newer, stronger pipes.
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March 23, 2015
07:31 EDTPRIMPrimoris announces three-year, $45M master service agreement
Primoris Services announced a new three year Master Service Agreement from a major utility customer with an anticipated value of $45M. The contract was secured by the ARB Underground division, part of the West Construction Services segment. The MSA will commence in April. The award is for gas distribution work in four regions, ranging from central California up to the Oregon border. This MSA represents incremental revenue to ARBís historic work for the client. The work covered by the agreement includes the replacement of Aldyl-A low pressure distribution mains and services and restoration of public streets, sidewalks and private property to their original condition. Primoris anticipates that the MSA will generate approximately $15M per year, and it is likely that the contract will be extended beyond the initial three years. While the agreement does not obligate the customer to award Primoris a specific dollar amount, its discussions and history with the customer form the basis for its anticipated value.

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