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AMEC Awarded Clean-Air Project
October 30, 2008

AMEC plc, the international engineering and project management company, has been awarded a contract by Dominion Virginia Power to provide essential emissions enhancements for the Chesterfield Power Station, Units 3, 4 and 5 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

The value of the project has not been announced.

AMEC will provide procurement, construction, installation and testing of emission enhancements, which include a flue-gas desulphurization unit for three coal-fired steam electric generating units of the Chesterfield Power Station, located about 15 miles south of Richmond on the James River.

Work is scheduled to begin in November.

Chesterfield Power Station is the largest fossil-fuelled power station in Virginia, supplying about 12 percent of the electricity used by the four million people the utility serves.

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