July 15 (Bloomberg) -- Hill International Inc., a U.S. construction management company, agreed to supervise the building of seven wind farms in Brazil.
The 18-month contract with ContourGlobal is worth 4.9 million reais ($2.2 million), Marlton, New Jersey-based Hill said today in a statement.
Contour’s Chapada complex in Piaui state will have seven adjacent wind farms with a total of 205 megawatts of capacity. It will use General Electric Co. turbines.
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