Jacobs gets Sadara’s contract three polyethylene trains

Jacobs gets Sadara’s contract for three polyethylene trains

4:20 AM, 13th June 2012
Jacobs gets Sadara’s contract for three polyethylene trains

PASADENA, US: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc has been awarded an In-Kingdom engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract for three polyethylene trains for Sadara Chemical Company, a joint venture between Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) and The Dow Chemical Company. This award is part of a world scale, fully integrated chemicals complex being built by Sadara in Jubail Industrial City in Saudi Arabia. First production units are expected to come on line in the second half of 2015, with all units up and running in 2016.

Jacobs’ scope of work for the project includes construction management, field engineering support, and management of lump sum procure build (LSPB) construction contractors, field materials management, In-Kingdom procurement services and project services support for the three polyethylene trains. The execution of this project is being performed by Jacobs’ office in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.

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