Shaw CENTCOM Services, LLC
Shaw CENTCOM Services, LLC (Shaw CS) of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is a joint venture which consists of The Shaw Group, Inc., Al-Khudhairy Group, Kharafi National, and NESMA formed January 2004 to "provide the full range of design-build and construction-related services within the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) area of responsibility (AOR) which includes 25 nations located throughout the Horn of Africa, South and Central Asia, the Northern Red Sea regions, the Arabian Peninsula and Iraq." 
- "The new joint venture, Shaw CENTCOM Services, combines the talent of the 14,800 Shaw Group employees located in Baton Rouge and around the world with the construction workers of Al-Khudhairy Group in Iraq, Kuwait's Kharafi National and Saudi-owned company NESMA." 
- Retired Lt. Gen. Michael DeLong, Executive Vice President of Shaw Environmental and Infrastructure International and the President of Shaw CentCom service (LLC) for the Shaw Group
"The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract has a one-year base with a monetary ceiling of $500 million. The contract also includes four one-year options with a $250 million ceiling per year. Task orders under this contract cover a wide range of planning, engineering, and design in conjunction with construction, repair, renovation, restoration, and maintenance and operation services. The contracts will support U.S. military operations, other U.S. government agencies and friendly foreign governments under established agreements." 
"These contract awards are not affiliated with the USACE oil infrastructure contracts planned for award, nor are they related to the contracts being awarded by the Iraq Program Management Office of the Coalition Provisional Authority." 
- Andrew Wright and Sherie Winston, "Pentagon Priming the Pump For the Flow of Cash to Iraq," Engineering News-Record (syska.com), January 19, 2004.