US engineering firm NV5 Global has secured a $39 million contract to upgrade liquefaction facilities at an LNG facility in the Midwest.
The company said in a statement on Monday it won the deal from a “major Midwest utility.”
NV5 said it would provide engineering, procurement, construction management, and commissioning services for the replacement of the facility’s aging liquefier.
The scope also includes a new pretreatment system, liquefier, electrical gear, refrigerant storage, and control system.
According to the statement, the new liquefaction system would “improve reliability, provide the ability to control ethane concentrations in the LNG, and deliver additional operational flexibility.”
NV5 said the project has already started and should go online in spring 2024.
This is the company’s first LNG contract this year. Last year, NV5 landed at least three LNG deals, including a $16 million contract to upgrade liquefaction infrastructure at a Northeast utility’s LNG facility.