Springfield company wins $570.9M DOT contract
Ensco to work on Transportation Technology Center
The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded Springfield-based engineering and technology company Ensco Inc. a potential 20-year, $570.9 million contract to help the Federal Railroad Administration operate and maintain a department-owned facility for rail system research, development, testing and training.
Services will be performed at the Transportation Technology Center (TTC) in Pueblo, Colorado, according to a SAM notice posted Friday. The TTC includes 52 square miles of space for testing freight platforms, passenger rolling stock, railway vehicles, track components and safety equipment.
Founded in 1969, Ensco provides engineering, science and advanced technology services to the aerospace, avionics, national security, rail and cybersecurity sectors.
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