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Cytec selects Fluor to provide EPCM services for Wales adhesives expansion

By Mary Page Bailey |

Fluor Corp. (Irving, Te.; www.fluor.com) announced that Fluor Ltd., its U.K. operation, was selected by Cytec Industries Inc. for the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) of the expansion of its high-performance adhesives manufacturing facility in Wrexham, North Wales. Fluor booked the undisclosed value of the contract in the company’s third quarter of 2015.

Fluor recently completed the front-end engineering design (FEED) for the new facility at Cytec’s operations site at Wrexham Industrial Park, which also houses the company’s European headquarters for research and development. The new facility will produce extreme-demand adhesives used in the aerospace industry for which Cytec is a leading supplier.

“With the successful completion of the FEED, and execution experience on other Cytec projects around the world, Fluor will implement our integrated solutions approach for the EPCM phase of this expansion,” said Juan G. Hernandez, president of Fluor’s Industrial Services business. “Our experience of managing interfaces and integrating teams, combined with a proven UK project delivery capability and local knowledge, will allow us to meet the fast track schedule of the project.”

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