Posted on November 24, 2020
The U.S. engineering and consulting solutions provider NV5 has secured an $8 million LNG upgrade deal.
The company said in its statement the contract is for a Northeast Utility, without disclosing further information.
The deal covers engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services to upgrade a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility owned and operated by the utility.
The improvements are part of a multi-phase project, and NV5 was previously awarded the engineering and design for the upgrade. The updated facility will increase the safety, efficiency, and reliability of the gas supply to the utility’s service area, the company’s statement reads.
“We have seen significant growth in this sector as we support utility investments to modernize the electrical grid and gas distribution infrastructure and improve the reliability and safety of transmission and distribution,” said Dickerson Wright, PE, chairman and CEO of NV5.