Alabama Koch Foods, Inc. is planning to construct a feed mill and grain storage and distribution facility on a 130-acre site in Attalla. The project scope includes construction of building space, grain receiving and feed loadout areas, grain silos and equipment foundations; laying of track and rail; and purchase and installation of hoppers, conveyors, and milling, mixing and blending equipment. The facility will have the capacity to store one million bushels of corn. Younglove Construction, LLC has been selected to provide design-build services for the project. Construction is expected to begin in late 2019. The estimated EPC cost is $55 million. Koch Foods, Inc., 1080 River Oaks Drive, Flowood, Miss. 39232. IR#AL191105.
Louisiana Honeywell International Inc. is considering expanding production capacity at its refrigerants plant in Baton Rouge. The project scope includes construction of equipment foundations and process structures; and purchase and installation of air and gas compressor systems, reactors, process vessels and condensers. The estimated EPC cost is $40 million. Honeywell International Inc., P.O. Box 2830, Baton Rouge, 70821. IR#LA191012.
Mississippi Kimberly-Clark Corporation is planning to expand production capacity at its Corinth Nonwovens Mill in Corinth. The phased project scope includes construction of a 45,000-sq-ft building expansion; and purchase and installation of melt blown, spun bond and converting equipment. Building construction is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2020. The company will use the expansion to produce nonwovens for use in personal hygiene products. The estimated EPC cost is $20 million. Kimberly-Clark Corp., 3461 County Rd. 100, Corinth, 38834. IR#MS191104.
Virginia Dominion Energy is planning to construct a natural gas-fired peaking power plant at Berry Hill Industrial Park in Danville. The project scope includes construction of building space and equipment foundations, purchase and erection of structural steel, and purchase and installation of two natural gas-fired combustion turbines. The plant will have the capacity to generate 500 MW of electric power. Construction is expected to begin in 2020. The estimated EPC cost is $200 million. Dominion Energy, 600 E. Canal St., Richmond, 23219. IR#VA191102.
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