For the 3 MGD Charles E. Meyer Desalination Plant, Kiewit led BOP design and construction of the projects facilities, structures and infrastructure. The revitalized plant and overall system uses state-of-the-art technology and incorporates design and construction practices – in all facilities and systems – to reduce electrical demand and environmental impacts, while providing a critical water supply for the City.
TIC was awarded the contract for the M&P and E&I work at an existing 28,000 TPD molybdenum mine that was brought back into production. Scope of work included demolition of existing structures, refurbishment of the primary and secondary crushing facilities, and construction of new facilities including a new mill and concentrator, ore storage and material handling systems, and a new main substation.
Kiewit designed and constructed the largest most technologically advanced and energy-efficient seawater desalination plant in the nation. From the SWRO facility with pumping station and produced water storage to the 10-mile 54-in high-pressure welded steel conveyance pipeline; Kiewit also managed the seamless integration of the 50 MGD plant to the distribution system that included 9 jack and bore crossings, 900+ existing utility crossings, a 1,750 LF tunnel, and 42 manways.
T.E. Ibberson Company (Ibberson) was contracted to build a new dry petfood plant. To date, the company had only been involved in cold packaging of pet food products. The new facility advanced the capacity of the company to produce dry pet food, opening up a new market for the company’s expanding business.
The $5 million petfood facility concept was formulated by the design team from T.E. lbberson Company (Ibberson) and the engineers from the Country Foods Division of Agway. The concept was then turned over to Ibberson's engineers and construction personnel who carefully worked through all stages of engineering, construction and start-up.
Located on the Island of Newfoundland, Vale's Long Harbour Processing Plant is one of the largest in the world to use a new hydrometallurgical process that will refine 50,000 tonnes per year of nickel ore in a more economical and environmentally friendly manner.