Plant Engineering Fluor JV Bags 130 Million–Dollar Titanium Dioxide Plant Contract

Editor: Dominik Stephan

ICA Fluor, a joint-venture company of Empresas ICA and Fluor for industrial construction projects, bags a big deal in Mexico: The company will construct a new titanium dioxide train for DuPont in Altamira, Tamaulipas, on the Gulf of Mexico.

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Multi-million-dollar-deal in Mexico: A Fluor JV bags 130 millions for the construction of a DuPont plant.
Multi-million-dollar-deal in Mexico: A Fluor JV bags 130 millions for the construction of a DuPont plant.
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Irving, Texas/USA – ICA Fluor will be responsible for the construction, construction management and material management services for the production facility that is scheduled for completion in 2015. Titanium dioxide is a white pigment, used for applications from paints to sunscreens. Fluor booked its proportional share of the contract value into backlog in the first quarter of 2013.

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