Jacobs Engineering Group ( JEC) got three contracts.Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management contract from BA Energy and Architect-Engineer (A-E) contract from Colorado Army National Guard Facilities.

The Pasadena, Calif.-based company said it will provide a range of services on a major new hydroelectric power project in the Scottish highlands. That plant will generate up to 100 megawatts of electricity and will be built near Fort Augustus, Invernessshire, by Scottish & Southern Energy.

Jacobs also received a contract for engineering, procurement and construction management of the first phase of BA Energy's Heartland Upgrader Project to be located in Strathcona County, near Edmonton, Alberta. The facility will be developed in three phases and will process heavy bitumen using new proprietary technology designed to reduce capital and operating costs relative to conventional upgraders. The first phase is scheduled for start-up in early 2008 and will process 77,500 barrels per day of bitumen blend. Once fully expanded, total plant capacity will be about 260,000 barrels per day of blended bitumen.

Jacobs also received a contract for architect-engineer services from the U.S. Property and Fiscal Office of Colorado to design type A and B services related to the construction of a new Regional Training Institute CTS Phase II, a new Training Center Complex Site CTS Phase III, and all ancillary facilities at Fort Carson, Colorado.

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