Fluor Daniel Awarded Singapore Contract

Fluor Daniel Inc. said Monday it has received a $100-million contract to design and build a chemicals plant in Singapore for Hoechst Celanese Chemical Group.

The plant, to be completed in mid-1997, will produce vinyl acetate monomer, a chemical used in paint, paper, textiles and packaging.

Fluor Daniel, an engineering and construction firm, is the principal unit of Irvine-based Fluor Corp.

Hoechst Celanese, a Dallas-based chemicals firm, is part of Germany's Hoechst AG.

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