Aegion Corporation Awarded $6 Million Wastewater Rehabilitation Contract from the City of Newton, Massachusetts

ST. LOUIS, June 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Aegion Corporation (NASDAQ:AEGN) today announced that its subsidiary, Insituform Technologies, LLC, has been awarded a contract valued at $6 million from the City of Newton, Massachusetts, for the rehabilitation of its wastewater systems.

Insituform will perform a number of trenchless services on the project, including 70,000 linear feet of 6-inch to 12-inch cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, lateral lining, sectional liners and geopolymer manhole rehabilitation.

Insituform has been installing CIPP lining for Newton since 2007 and has won more than $12 million in contracts since 2017. The project is recently underway and is expected to be fully completed by June 2021.

About Aegion Corporation (NASDAQ:  AEGN)

Aegion combines innovative technologies with market-leading expertise to maintain, rehabilitate and strengthen infrastructure around the world. For nearly 50 years, the Company has played a pioneering role in finding innovative solutions to rehabilitate aging infrastructure, primarily pipelines in the wastewater, water, energy, mining and refining industries. Aegion also maintains the efficient operation of refineries and other industrial facilities. Aegion is committed to Stronger. Safer. Infrastructure.®  More information about Aegion can be found at

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Katie Cason
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