DuPont Engineering grants five-year contract to Aker Kvaerner/BE&K joint venture

Aker Kvaerner and BE&K joint venture has been awarded a five-year alliance contract from DuPont Engineering to be the provider of engineering, procurement, and construction management services for U.S. plant based projects up to USD 10 million in total authorized capital.

- JBEK, an Aker Kvaerner and BE&K joint venture has been awarded a five-year alliance contract from DuPont Engineering to be the provider of engineering, procurement, and construction management services for U.S. plant based projects up to USD 10 million in total authorized capital.
 
A network of site teams and regional offices consisting of Aker Kvaerner and BE&K staff will provide the engineering, procurement, and construction management services for DuPont facilities in the United States.
 
"This marks a significant step in growing the alliance with DuPont Engineering," stated Vikas Moharir, president of the JBEK alliance. "We look forward to meeting DuPont's business needs and delivering results that will continue to strengthen their position in the global marketplace."
 
"We have had a successful relationship with JBEK in the past, and look forward to working with them in this expanded partnership," said James B. Porter, Jr., vice president of DuPont Operations & Engineering, and Chief Engineer.
 
Aker Kvaerner has long since operated in joint venture with BE&K on numerous DuPont projects. Aker Kvaerner's Plant Services business unit, whose main operations are in Charleston, West Virginia has several locations in North America/USA and is currently delivering projects with the alliance spanning from Parkersburg, West Virginia to Deer Park, Texas. Aker Kvaerner's Plant Services is employing approximately 580 multi-discipline employees.
 

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