Jacobs bags Teck’s acid plant contract in Canada

Jacobs bags Teck’s acid plant contract in Canada

3:13 AM, 26th March 2012
Jacobs bags Teck’s acid plant contract in Canada

PASADENA, US: Jacobs Engineering Group received a contract from Teck Metals Ltd to design and supply a new sulfuric acid plant for its Trail operation located in British Columbia, Canada. The contract value is estimated to be approximately $50 million. The new acid plant is replacing two aging plants at the site and is expected to improve operating reliability and flexibility, reduce downtime and maintenance costs, and improve environmental performance.

The contract includes the design of the complete sulfuric acid plant contact section, including catalytic DeNO(x) system, as well as supply of all equipment and the majority of materials. “We have been working together with Teck Trail Operations for many years on a variety of projects, we look forward to expanding our relationship with Trail Operations as the project is executed,” said Andy Kremer, Vice President, Jacobs Group.

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