DORAL, FL--(Marketwired - Jun 24, 2013) - BioNitrogen Corporation (
"The BioNitrogen team has worked diligently over the last few months in its selection process of construction firms with the right experience and scale to build the Hardee County plant and to grow with us in Louisiana and elsewhere. CCC was the best match and fit for us in a very tough competition," said Ernie Iznaga, Operations Manager of BioNitrogen.
"We are pleased to announce our selection of CCC as our construction partner. CCC has the experience and a proven track record that will be instrumental in the construction of our first plant in Hardee County," said Bryan Kornegay, President and CFO of BioNitrogen. "We look forward to breaking ground in the coming months and moving a major step closer to providing green domestic urea fertilizer made from U.S. biomass to North American farmers."
"We are happy to have been selected as the construction firm for the BioNitrogen plants and look forward to initiating construction in Hardee County. With our Florida offices approximately 35 miles north of the Hardee County plant site, we are well positioned to work in the area and are familiar with the market," said Dennis Huebner, President / Chief Executive Officer of CCC Group, Inc.
Ground breaking and construction is expected to commence in the third quarter along with placement of purchase orders for long-lead plant equipment.
About CCC Group, Inc.
CCC is a nationally recognized construction contractor and was recently ranked #141 on the 2013 ENR Top 400 Contractors List. CCC is a proven provider of construction services to the fertilizer industry, with clients that include Agrifos, Cargill, Mosaic, CF Industries, Terra and PCS Phosphates. CCC was founded in 1947, has offices in over 20 locations in the US and is an employee-owned company. Additional information can be found at www.cccgroupinc.com.
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