Mammoth Energy announces multi year EV charging station engineering contract

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Mammoth Energy Services, Inc. announced that one of its subsidiaries has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract by a major utility to provide engineering services for the building of Electric Vehicle charging station infrastructure.

The contract was won by Mammoth’s wholly owned subsidiary, Aquawolf LLC , a Denver-headquartered provider of infrastructure engineering services. The name of the firm providing the contract was not revealed. The scope of services under the contract includes direct engineering and oversight of subcontractors providing civil and structural engineering, electrical distribution design, planning, drafting and mapping, permitting and construction support. The multi-year contract was issued in an amount not to exceed $5 million and will run into 2024.

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“This contract is a significant development for our Aquawolf team and allows us to compete for further business in the EV charging market,” said Arty Straehla, CEO of Mammoth.

“Part of the recently passed infrastructure bill contains $7.5 billion for the development of 500,000 EV charging stations and distribution throughout the U.S. This move into EV charging stations allows Aquawolf to expand our business lines and continue the growth of our engineering offerings.”

Mammoth is an integrated, growth-oriented energy services company headquartered in Oklahoma City and is focused on the construction and repair of the electric grid for private utilities, public investor-owned utilities and co-operative utilities through its infrastructure services businesses.

Aquawolf is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mammoth Energy Partners LLC that was founded in September 2019. The company’s focus is to perform and aid in every aspect of a project ranging from conceptual design, engineering, construction, and surveying.

Source: Mammoth release

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