LactaLogics Inc. is planning to establish a human milk processing facility in Port St. Lucie. The project scope includes renovation of a 60,000-sq-ft building; installation of ultra-high temperature pasteurization, aseptic packaging and automated conveying equipment; and purchase and installation of stainless steel tanks and piping, and storage and supporting equipment. The Dennis Group has been selected to provide design-build services for the project. TetraPak has been selected to provide process engineering and major equipment. Construction is expected to begin in the late second or early third quarter of 2023. The estimated EPC cost is $57 million. LactaLogics Inc., 8883 S. Federal Highway, Port St. Lucie, 34952. IR#FL230401.
Par Hawaii Refining LLC is planning to construct a renewable fuels unit at its petroleum refinery in Kapolei. The project scope includes design and construction of equipment foundations; modification of the distillate hydrotreater and hydrocracker; and purchase and installation of feedstock receiving and pretreatment equipment, reactors, process vessels, storage tanks, and loading and flow control equipment. The unit will use oil-yielding crops as feedstock and have the capacity to produce approximately 61 million gallons per year of renewable diesel, sustainable aviation fuel, renewable naphtha and liquefied petroleum gases. Construction is expected to begin in 2024. Hawaiian Airlines is a partner in the project. The estimated EPC cost is $90 million. Par Hawaii Refining, LLC, 91-325Komohana St., Kapolei, 96707. IR#HI230402.
US Wind Inc. and Haizea Wind Group, in a joint venture, are planning to construct a tubular steel products fabrication plant on the 100-acre former Bethlehem Steel site in Baltimore County. The project scope includes refurbishment of existing buildings; construction of additional buildings; and purchase and installation of overhead cranes, and air emissions control, steel fabrication, welding, finishing, painting and testing equipment. The plant will have the capacity to produce 100 steel monopiles per year. Construction is expected to begin in 2024. The plant will operate as Sparrows Point Steel and be used to produce steel monopiles and towers for the offshore wind industry. The estimated EPC cost is $150 million. US Wind Inc., 401 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, 21202. IR#MD230401.
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