Viru RMT provides design engineering, technologies, operational services and comprehensive project and construction management to the cemical, infrastructure and energy sectors.
Bechtel has probably done more than any other corporation to shape the built environment of the planet. For the past century it has overseen construction of many of the world’s largest bridges, dams, pipelines, refineries, smelters, nuclear power plants, subway systems and airports as well as entire cities in places such as Saudi Arabia. Its ability to win these contracts has been aided by the company’s large network of relationships with the power elites of the United States and many other countries.
The company is the world leader in integrated power plant, in power production services and air quality control systems. Alstom works with all energy forms (coal, gas, nuclear, fuel-oil, hydropower, wind). Alstom will provide the conventional island for the future EPR nuclear power plant in France. The Group is also developing CO2 capture processes that could lead to commercial scale in the medium term.
In the field of rail transport, Alstom is the global number one in terms of orders.
AMEC plc is a British company formed from the amalgamation of the Fairclough Group and the William Press Group. AMEC operates as a high value consultancy company providing services in engineering and project management for the oil, gas, petrochemical, power generation, nuclear, pharmaceutical, defense, chemical, mining and water industries. AMEC is a member of the FTSE 100 Index after a promotion on Dec. 20th, 2007 when ICI went private.
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Fluor is an Irving, Texas-based (formerly Irvine, California) company that specializes in construction for a vast array of industries. Fluor boasts a workforce of around 50,000 and billions of dollars in sales, government contracts and backlogged contracts. Fluor operates all around the world, working on energy resource extraction projects in Alaska’s North Slope, in the Tar Sands of Canada, and on the Pacific coast of Russia. Fluor develops oil infrastructure for giants like ExxonMobil and ChevronTexaco.
URS Corporation has used a series of acquisitions—most recently Washington Group International—to propel itself to the top tier of international engineering firms, joining the likes of Bechtel and Fluor. The company is also a major contractor to the U.S. federal government (the source of 41% of revenues in 2007) in the areas of systems engineering, technical assistance, operations and maintenance. Much of the federal work flows through URS’s EG&G Division.
Maytas Infra Limited (MIL) is a Hyderabad (India) based construction and infrastructure development company. Promoted by the now-discredited Satyam Computer Services Ltd's founder and former chairman B. Ramalinga Raju, Maytas Infra was at the centre of the Satyam financial scam which unravelled after Satyam's failed bid to acquire Maytas Infra and Maytas Properties.