Centennial Lands Contract at Houston Airport System
Long-time Houston contractor will complete facility repairs and renovations at city’s three major airports
HOUSTON, TX—February 14, 2011— Centennial Contractors Enterprises has been awarded a new multi-year Job Order Contract (JOC) with the City of Houston and the Houston Airport System. It is now recognized as a preferred provider for the airports’ Operations & Maintenance JOC projects.
Centennial will provide a full range of construction services for facilities repair, renovations, minor and security construction for Houston’s three major airports – George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) and Ellington Field Airport (EFD).
Centennial is a national leader in Job Order Contracting, which is a long-term, performance-based construction contract, designed for transparent estimates, quick response and limited change orders. This method helps facilities of all kinds reduce their construction backlog efficiently and cost-effectively.
“We’re pleased to be on board with the City of Houston and the Houston Airport System,” said Project General Manager Walter Won. “We look forward to providing quality on-time construction services over the next five years and becoming a valued partner for the City of Houston and the Houston Airport System.”
Centennial has been a Houston contractor since 1993, and currently serves Harris County, NASA Johnson Space Center and the Harris County Department of Education under Job Order Contracts and IDIQ contracts.
Nationally, Centennial serves several airports, including DFW Airport, where it recently helped prepare the facility for Super Bowl traffic. For more information about Centennial’s work at airports, visit www.cce-inc.com/airports.
Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc.: About Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc.: For more than 20 years, Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc., has been a leader in providing responsive construction solutions supporting government, educational and business facilities and infrastructures. Its project focus is on renovation, rehabilitation and repair, including adding sustainable systems into its clients' existing facilities. To date, Centennial has supported over $2 billion in project solutions for its diverse customer base. Centennial is headquartered in Reston, VA and has 40 offices across the country. For more information go to www.cce-inc.com, follow us on Twitter @CentennialNow or read or blog at www.centennialnow.blogspot.com.