CH2M Wins EPC Contract for New Jersey Power Plant

CH2M Hill has won an engineer, procure, construct contract to support a 738 megawatt cycle power plant project in West Deptford Township, N.J.

The company said in a release will begin construction of the facility in early 2012, which will be designed to meet specified air and noise emission requirements and will power approximately 600,000 homes.

“We are extremely pleased to be moving forward with LS Power on the West Deptford Project,” said Don Zabilansky, president of CH2M HILL’s power business group. “In view of the present economy, the timing is also favorable for our suppliers, subcontractors, and the local community. Ultimately, we expect the West Deptford Project to benefit all energy consumers in the region.”

The EPC contract calls for CH2M to complete civil work as well as handle supply and installation of:

  • two Siemens  SGT6-5000F combustion turbine generator units
  • one steam turbine generator
  • two heat recovery steam generators
  • complete plant balance with commissioning and start-up
  • provide A 230 kV electrical switchyard
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