Shaw began providing fleetwide nuclear maintenance service to Exelon in 2001. During its ten-year relationship, Shaw has assisted Exelon in achieving industry refueling outage records.

“Exelon demands excellence in performance, and we have proven our ability to meet their expectations year after year,” said Ron McCall, president of Shaw’s Plant Services Division. “Our world-class team is aligned with our client to safely provide efficient, cost-effective results to meet growing energy demands of their customers. Our experience in nuclear power design, procurement, engineering, construction and decommissioning also complements our maintenance and modification capabilities, allowing us to provide start-to-finish service to the nuclear industry.”

The undisclosed value of the long term contract will be included in Shaw’s Plant Services segment’s backlog of unfilled orders in the first quarter of fiscal year 2012.

Shaw is one of the largest maintenance providers to the power and process industries in the U.S., offering full-service plant engineering, reliability, turnaround and outage services with capital construction management and modification support. Shaw provides systemwide maintenance and modification services to 41 of the 104 of operating nuclear power reactors, including the country’s two largest nuclear fleets.

The Shaw Group Inc. SHAW +0.04% is a leading global provider of engineering, construction, technology, fabrication, remediation and support services for clients in the energy, chemicals, environmental, infrastructure and emergency response industries. A Fortune 500 company with fiscal year 2011 annual revenues of $5.9 billion, Shaw has approximately 27,000 employees around the world and is a power sector industry leader according to Engineering News-Record’s list of Top 500 Design Firms. For more information, please visit Shaw’s website at www.shawgrp.com.

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Among the factors that could cause future events or transactions to differ from those we expect are those risks discussed under Item 1A “Risk Factors” in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended August 31, 2011, and other reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Please read our “Risk Factors” and other cautionary statements contained in these filings.

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