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WorleyParsons/SNC-Lavin: Services contract with Vale

By Gerald Ondrey |

Vale (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; www.vale.com) has awarded a significant cost reimbursable contract to a consortium of WorleyParsons Ltd. (North Sydney, Australia; www.worleyparsons.com) and SNC-Lavalin (Montreal, Canada; www.snclavalin.com) for implementation of the S11D project in Brazil. Vale’s multi-billion-dollar S11D project is a world class, 90-million metric tons per year iron-ore processing facility located approximately 1,940 km north east of Sao Paulo in Para State, Brazil, in one of the World’s richest ore bodies. WorleyParsons’ services include engineering for the very innovative modular ore processing facilities, procurement support, construction management and supply of key project management professionals and leadership to the project owner’s team. SNC-Lavalin’s services relate to the infrastructure and overland conveying facilities, civil works, electromechanical assembly, as well as collaboration for procurement, construction and project management support. Vale is the second largest diversified metals and mining company in the world, one of the 30 largest publicly traded companies in the world and the largest private sector company in Latin America. Vale has a market capitalization…
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