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Our firm has been awarded the contract for the design of a large public swimming facility here in Tokyo.

With little changing of the meaning, can I say,

Our firm has gotten the contract for the design of a large public swimming facility here in Tokyo.

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LiJ
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People would take both to mean the same.
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Use awarded. Gotten is quite informal.
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Thank you so much, Avangi.
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Our firm has been awarded the contract for the design of a large public swimming facility here in Tokyo.

With little changing of the meaning, can I say,

Our firm has gotten the contract for the design of a large public swimming facility here in Tokyo.

Thanks
LiJ

Our firm has gotten (AmE) the contract ...

Our firm has got (BrE) the contract
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