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SNC-Lavalin wins contract for fertilizer project in Russia

By Mary Page Bailey |

SNC-Lavalin (Montreal, Quebec, Canada; www.snclavalin.com) announced that it has been awarded a contract by Novgorodskiy GIAP, a subsidiary of Acron Group, for the development of engineering design packages and licensing services for a fertilizers project located in the Smolensk region of the Russian Federation.  

The scope of the contract consists in providing pilot tests and engineering services, including the development and delivery of basic engineering packages, as well as working documentation for the construction of fertilizers facilities, which include production plants for sulphuric acid, phosphoric acid, and granulated NPK at the Dorogobuzh site. 

SNC-Lavalin will also provide assistance during the procurement, construction, commissioning and start up phases of the project. The services will be led and primarily executed out of the company’s offices in Brussels.

“We are honored to have been awarded this contract,” said José J. Suárez, President, Mining & Metallurgy, SNC-Lavalin. “This new contract award is testament to our recognized expertise and of our ability to support our clients globally in multiple sectors. We look forward to working with GIAP on this important project.”

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