Industry Leads for the Week of June 24, 2019
Alabama DaikyoNishikawa US (DNUS) is planning to establish a plastic automotive components manufacturing plant near the Mazda Toyota Manufacturing USA Inc. automotive assembly plant currently under construction in Huntsville. The project scope includes construction of building space and installation of machinery which will be imported from Japan and relocated from a nearby port. Relocation is expected to begin in April 2020. A construction firm is expected to be chosen June 2019 from a short list of two. DNUS will manufacture and supply bumpers and instrument panels to MTMUS. The estimated EPC cost is $110 million. DaikyoNishikawa US, 9668 Madison Blvd., Madison, 35758. IR#AL190508.
Montana BP Plc and its Atlantic Richfield Co. subsidiary are planning to construct a high-density sludge wastewater treatment plant at the Berkeley Pit Superfund site in Butte. The project scope includes: construction of building space; purchase and erection of a fiberglass reinforced plastic tank; and purchase and installation of reverse osmosis, metals removal, multimedia filtration, carbon dioxide and chemical feed equipment. Wood plc has been selected to provide design-build services for the project. A construction schedule will be developed following permit approvals. The project is expected to be complete by 2021. BP Plc, 317 Anaconda Rd., Butte, 59701. IR#MT190504.
Utah Magnum Development and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) are planning to construct a hydrogen and natural gas-fired combined-cycle power plant in Millard. The Advanced Clean Energy Storage project scope includes design and construction of building space and equipment foundations, installation of combustion and steam turbines and generators, and purchase and installation of an evaporative cooling tower. The plant will have the capacity to generate 600 MW of electric power and will use renewable hydrogen, compressed air energy, large-scale flow batteries and solid oxide fuel cell technologies for bulk energy storage. MHPS will provide gas turbine technology and equipment. The companies expect to select a firm to provide EPC services in mid-to-late 2020. The estimated EPC cost is $1 billion. Magnum Development, 3165 East Millrock Drive, Holliday, 84121. IR#UT190510.
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