Foster Wheeler bags Karnalyte Resources EPCm contract in Canada

Foster Wheeler bags Karnalyte Resources EPCm contract in Canada

5:04 AM, 21st September 2012
Foster Wheeler bags Karnalyte Resources EPCm contract in Canada

ZUG, SWITZERLAND: Foster Wheeler AG’s Global Engineering and Construction group subsidiary has been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCm) services contract by Karnalyte Resources Inc for the Wynyard Carnallite project in Canada. The project involves the construction of a facility which is expected to produce 625,000 tonne of potash per year.

As part of this project, Foster Wheeler will co-ordinate with ERCOSPLAN Ingenieurgesellschaft Geotechnik und Bergbau mbH (ERCOSPLAN) of Erfurt Germany, which will provide engineering, cavern development, mine plan and commissioning for the solution mining of the project (under direct contract to the client).

“This Wynyard Carnallite project win demonstrates that clients continue to value our expertise and strengths in executing projects in remote locations, where we utilize modularization, lean construction and innovative methodologies to deliver a cost-effective execution strategy,” said Umberto della Sala, Chief Operating Officer, Foster Wheeler AG.

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