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February 26, 2015 by STAFF REPORT

SNC-Lavalin will expand two district cooling plants in Saudi Arabia worth a combined $71 million
SNC-Lavalin will expand two district cooling plants in Saudi Arabia worth a combined $71 million

 SNC-Lavalin has landed two district cooling contracts in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), with a combined value of approximately $71 million, the company announced today.

The contracts have been awarded by the Saudi Dhahran Cooling Company and the Central District Cooling Company.

SNC-Lavalin has been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by the Saudi Dhahran Cooling Company, a subsidiary of Saudi Tabreed, to expand the district cooling facilities of their Aramco District Cooling Plant in Dhahran, KSA. The contract is estimated at $30.6 million.

SNC-Lavalin will be responsible for the design, procurement, construction and commissioning of an additional cooling capacity of 5,000 refrigeration tons, with all associated equipment, energy transfer stations and chilled water networks to achieve a total cooling capacity of 32,000 RT.

The second  EPC contract is with the Central District Cooling Company, also a subsidiary of Saudi Tabreed, for the expansion of its Jabal Omar Development Company (JODC) district cooling scheme in Mecca, KSA. The contract is estimated at $40.2 million.

Under this contract, SNC-Lavalin will be responsible for the design, procurement, construction and commissioning of an additional cooling capacity of 10,000 RT, with all associated equipment, energy transfer stations and chilled water networks, to achieve a total cooling capacity of 35,000 RT.

“It gives us great pleasure to serve Saudi Tabreed and its subsidiaries on these strategic and critical infrastructure projects,” said Hisham Mahmoud, President, Infrastructure, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. “We are proud to be one of the leading E&C companies operating in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with approximately 6,000 employees in the Kingdom.”


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