Arizona Public Service (APS) recently contracted with AECOM, a global infrastructure firm, to engineer, procure and construct selective catalytic reduction (SCR) retrofits and related plant equipment at the Four Corners Station near Farmington, New Mexico.
AECOM will install the technology for two units at the Four Corners Station power plants.
Based in Los Angeles, California, AECOM has a 30-year history in SCR systems design and installation, with projects including grassroots efforts as well as retrofitting.
“AECOM’s leading power and environmental capabilities continue to create strong opportunities for growth,’’ Michael S. Burke, AECOM chairman and chief executive officer, said. “AECOM has significant experience at the Four Corners Generating Station, and we are pleased to once again support this important client with EPC services that advance its environmental objectives.’’
Serving clients in more than 150 nations globally, AECOM has been recognized by Fortune magazine as a “World’s Most Admired Company” and ranked by Engineering News-Record magazine as the No. 1 engineering design firm by revenue. AECOM serves the transportation, facilities, environmental, energy, oil and gas, water, high-rise buildings, and government industries.
A Fortune 500 firm, AECOM and its affiliates had revenue of approximately $19 billion during the 12 months ending on June 30.