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NJ company shares in $366M contract at Spanish airport

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A joint venture of Morristown-based professional-services company Louis Berger Group and CEMOSA, an engineering firm of Malaga, Spain, has been awarded a $366.5 million management-services contract for the expansion of Palma de Mallorca International Airport in Baleares Islands, Spain.

The project will extend, renovate and reorganize the airport's processor building; A, C and D modules; and parking platforms parking and access areas. It also will increase the number of check-in counters to more than 250.

The project is expected to run almost six years.

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