M&M Engineering wins US$4.15 million contract for Deer Lake Power Plant

project for "replacement of the wood stave section of No. 1 Penstock, Deer Lake Power Plant" in Deer Lake, New Foundland, Canada. These sections transfer the large volumes of water needed to provide the energy to run the turbines at the plant. This is the second of seven such contracts to be awarded, with each of the first two going to M&M Engineering, a unit of Spectrum Sciences & Software Holdngs Corp...

FORT WALTON BEACH, FL, March 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Spectrum Sciences & Software Holdings Corp., which is focused on homeland security through provision of full-service, quality solutions to complex and diverse government initiatives, announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, M&M Engineering, has been awarded a CDN$5 million [US$1 = CDN$1.20] project for "replacement of the wood stave section of No. 1 Penstock, Deer Lake Power Plant" in Deer Lake, New Foundland, Canada.

The wood stave section of the Penstock is to be replaced with large fabricated steel pipe, about 10 feet in diameter and 2,370 feet in length. It will be fabricated in sections in M&M's plant, transported to the site and welded in place. These sections transfer the large volumes of water needed to provide the energy to run the turbines at the plant. This is the second of seven such contracts to be awarded, with each of the first two going to M&M Engineering, which is based in St. John's, New Foundland, Canada.

Founded in 1982 and with 130 employees, Spectrum's headquarters (www.specsci.com) are in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Click here for more.

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