Uses state-of-the-art emissions control equipment to make it one of the cleanest coal-fired plants in the United States today. At 1,600 megawatts, the two-unit supercritical facility is also the largest greenfield coal plant to be built in the United States since the late 1980s.
Our expansion of the Oak Creek Power Plant (at one time known as Elm Road Generating Station) was the largest, private construction job in Wisconsin history. The Oak Creek expansion features an innovative cooling system and is among the most efficient, coal-fired power systems in the world.
Shoaiba Phase 2 power and desalination project
Bechtel, as a member of a consortium, provided consortium management, engineering, procurement, construction, and start-up services for the power station portion of the Shoaiba Phase 2 power and desalination project—a five-unit, 580-megawatt power and desalination station.