U.S. Construction for Mexican Hydro Plant

August 12, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] AMECO (American Equipment Company, Inc.), of Greenville, South Carolina, the construction support and fleet outsourcing unit of Fluor Corporation, has been awarded a Site Services (SM) contract to support the construction of a major hydroelectric project in Mexico. The contract value was not disclosed. Over the five-year project, AMECO will provide construction equipment, vehicles, and large haul trucks used by Constructora el Cajon (CECSA), which is building the 750 MW El Cajon hydroelectric plant near Tepic, Nayarit. CECSA Director Luis Horcasitas said that El Cajon is a strategic project for the Mexican government, and is one of the largest public infrastructure projects undertaken in years.
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