ABB and Fluor join forces for energy revolution
ABB and global engineering firm Fluor have announced a partnership which will enhance their ability to deliver smart substation projects globally.
6th October 2016 by Networks
The new agreement between the two firms will enable the execution of large turnkey engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects for electrical substations. It combines ABB’s track record in power transmission and distribution technology delivery with Fluor’s expertise in delivering EPC projects.
ABB chief executive Ulrich Spiesshofer welcomed the new partnership saying: “We are proud to partner with Fluor to tap the vast opportunities of the ongoing energy revolution and related power infrastructure investments.
“Together, we intend to grow our businesses by complementing each other’s strengths in unique customer services for substation projects.”
Spiesshofer added that strong strategic partnerships are a “core pillar” within ABB’s strategy to drive growth while “mitigating risk.”
ABB is among the leading providers of in air-insulated, gas-insulated and hybrid substations with voltage levels up to 1,200 kV.
Fluor Corporation is a global engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction and maintenance company that designs, builds and maintains capital-efficient facilities for clients on six continents.
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