The contract, which is valued at approximately US$19 million, was reportedly secured by Primoris I&M, which is part of the civil segment.
The award is for a large impoundment and reservoir as part of the customer’s phosphate mining process in central Florida, US.
The work includes the build-up of the perimeter dam, moving approximately 4.5 billion yd3 of dirt, installing slope drains and soil curbs, hauling fill and shape slopes for the interior dam, and seeding and mulching specified areas around the dam.
Primoris claims that work is scheduled to start in 2Q18, and to be finished in 3Q18.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/phosphates/26042018/primoris-announces-civil-award-valued-at-us19-million/
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