Orion Group Holdings Bags Corpus Christi Contract

first_imgImage source: Orion Group HoldingsOrion Group Holdings’ Marine Segment has won a $18 million contract from the Port of Corpus Christi for the design, construction and dredging of a new cement unloading dock, set to be located on the Corpus Christi ship channel.  Commenting the latest contract, Port of Corpus Christi CEO, Sean Strawbridge, said: “The P3 paradigm (Public Private Partnerships) is a proven model for success as we continue to invest our capital, alongside our customers, in large industrial projects for the region.”“By using a design-build procurement process, Port Corpus Christi selected Orion to deliver our customer, GCCM Holdings (Gulf Coast Construction Materials), a world class cement handling terminal on Port property with a throughput in excess of 300,000 tons per year. “This P3 project is further example of the Port of Corpus Christi’s continued focus on cargo diversification while providing South Texas with much needed construction materials as we continue our epic industrial job-creating growth.”The project is expected to begin in the third quarter of 2018 with a duration of approximately one year.last_img read more

MFM’s Olatunbosun, Adekunle Seek 3SC Scalp in Ibadan

first_imgThe duo of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries Football Club strikers, Olatunbosun Sikiru and Adegboyega Adekunle are seeking for their first away victory of the season against Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) this midweek in Ibadan.The ‘Olukoya Boys’ are guests to the Oluyole Warriors at the Lekan Salami Stadium, Adamasingba in today’s NPFL Match-Day 4 clash tagged the ‘South-west Derby.’Olatunbosun and Adekunle who have been instrumental for MFM FC in the ongoing Nigerian top-flight scoring a goal each and creating three assists said they are ready to fight for their first ever NPFL away win against the Ibadan-based outfit. Sikiru said: “An interesting game awaits us in Ibadan, it will not be an easy one but then we have to do everything within our reach to at least have a share of the three points.“We didn’t have it good last season against Shooting but this term we want to prove to people that we can beat 3SC,” the skillful left-winger stated.The Lagos-based outfit failed to record a point last season in the South-west Derby but Adegboyega believes his side is capable of putting an end to the winless streaks against Shooting Stars.“Our eyes are set on the three points, Shooting Stars have been having the edge over us in the NPFL. We understand the fact that it’s a derby game and they will want to make some statements in front of their home fans but we are not perturbed.“An outright victory is all we are gunning for, we have a squad capable of inflicting defeat on any team in the league and 3SC are not exempted.“The fact that they lost their two consecutive away games will put them under pressure. All we need to do is to contain them and take our chances,” he concluded to the club’s website.Coach Fidelis Ilechukwu and his charges have amassed six points from three NPFL matches this season.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more