A subsidiary of a New Jersey construction management firm has been awarded $7.9 million in contracts to manage the construction of four new wind farms in Brazil.
Engineering S.A., the Brazilian arm of the $600 million, Marlton-based Hill International, will oversee wind farm projects in the Brazilian states of Piauí, Ceará, Salvador and Pernanbuco.
To date, the company has managed 25 wind farm projects that are currently in operation, representing roughly 760 megawatts of installed capacity, with another 14 in progress.
"We manage all phases of wind farm development, including viability studies, design, procurement and construction, all the way through to the operation phase," Marcelo Herrmann, the director of Engineering S.A. responsible for wind farm projects throughout Latin America, said in a statement.
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