Published Nov. 8, 2012
Fluor Corp. said Thursday its Greenville team will manage engineering, procurement and construction for environmental upgrades of four power units at the San Juan Generating Station in New Mexico.
The company received the contract from PNM to provide environmental services upgrades at the facility.
Fluor said it expects to begin the project in early 2013. It will design, build, install and commission new selective catalytic reduction equipment for each of the San Juan Generating Station’s four units totaling 1,848 megawatts of capacity. The work is expected to reduce the nitrogen oxide emissions at the facility.
The San Juan Generating Station is located in Waterflow, N.M., and is expected to have more than 500 craft laborers at construction peak in mid-2015. All units are expected to be online by mid-2017.