NAEP, Fluor win USD 127 million project

NAEP, Fluor win USD 127 million project North American Energy Partners Inc. (NAEP) has been awarded a USD 127 million heavy civil construction contract with Fluor Canada Limited at Syncrude Canada Ltd’s (Syncrude) Base Mine. The new contract at Syncrude is the first of several large construction contracts to be awarded for the mine train relocations at Syncrude’s Base and Aurora Mines. As per the new agreement, the company’s scope of work on this site through to August 2012 includes the construction of roads, grading and civil works for the shear key foundation at Syncrude’s Base Mine. The foundation will provide the base for construction of the second phase of the project, a mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) wall and ore crushing facility. Construction of the second phase is expected to commence in the summer of 2012 under a separate contract.

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