Geotechnical contractor named for two Ohio River projects

MWH Americas awarded contracts totaling $846,000 to H.C. Nutting Co. to perform geotechnical investigations during construction of the 84-MW Cannelton and 72-MW Smithland projects, both on the Ohio River.

Geotechnical investigations for Cannelton (No. 10228) and Smithland (No. 6641) will include drilling and laboratory testing services. Both projects are located in Kentucky.

MWH, the owner’s engineer, is providing engineering design services for both hydroelectric projects to the licensee, American Municipal Power-Ohio Inc. (AMP-Ohio) (HNN 8/8/07)

H.C. Nutting, a Terracon company, is a consulting engineering firm specializing in environmental, geotechnical, geologic, and construction materials engineering.

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