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Workbook updates – Stantec in Saskatchewan, AMEC in Ontario, SNC-Lavalin in Saudi Arabia

Stantec has won a $44 million contract for the design and related services for a Saskatchewan mining project. ...

May 21, 2010   Canadian Consulting Engineer

Stantec has won a $44 million contract for the design and related services for a Saskatchewan mining project. The contract is related to the shaft and hoisting plants for BHP Billiton’s Jansen Potash Project located 140 kilometres east of Saskatoon. Bob Rappolt, Stantec’s vice president in the company’s mining practice noted that BHP Billiton has been an important client for many years. Several different offices of Stantec will be supporting the project.
AMEC and Black & McDonald have been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction contract for the Chatham Wind Power project in Chatham-Kent, Ontario. The 101-MW project is owned by Kruger Energy and will involve 44 wind turbines, producing enough energy for 30,000 households annually under a 20 year supply contract with Ontario Power Authority. AMEC and Black & McDonald have delivered more than 40% of Ontario’s operational wind power capacity.
SNC-Lavalin Construction has won an engineering, procurement and construction contract for district cooling project in Saudi Arabia. The project is in Dhahran in the Eastern Province of and has a value of $105 million. It consists of a 27,000 RT district cooling plant, 14 kilometres of dual underground chilled water pipeline, energy transfer stations with a total capacity of 32,000 RT. and 115 kV high voltage electrical power transmission lines.


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