The Gulf Coast Growth Ventures Project, through Amec Foster Wheeler as Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractor, has awarded Bay Ltd the first two major subcontracts for the proposed GCGV Project in Gregory-Portland. But before any site work begins, ExxonMobil and SABIC are directing financial assistance to Bay Ltd. to provide heavy equipment and local workers to Gregory, Portland, Ingleside and surrounding cities for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
More than 400 businesses in San Patricio, Nueces and other nearby counties will be included in the bid package to the Gulf Coast Growth Ventures Project’s potential prime contractors and will receive priority consideration for work on the proposed plastics manufacturing project in San Patricio County. Due to overwhelming interest from local businesses, the GCGV Project is extending the enrollment period through December 29, 2017.
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures today announced the launch of the Local Business Initiative, a program designed to connect local businesses with opportunities created by the proposed GCGV plastics manufacturing plant. The initiative, a facet of GCGV’s Good Neighbor Program, affords local businesses the opportunity to get “pre-screened” to compete for work.
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures (GCGV) today announced the selection of a site in San Patricio County, Texas to potentially develop a petrochemical plant that would provide the building blocks for polyester, anti-freeze, plastic bottles, and food packaging to emerging global markets.