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turnkey project

n
(Civil Engineering) engineering a complete project usually including many major units of plant completed under one overall contract, such as a chemical works or power station complex
[C20: from use of turnkey in the construction industry to describe the day a job will be completed and the owner able to turn the key in the door]
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Alstom has secured a turnkey project contract valued at close to e1/4400 million ($551 million) from Eni Iraq BV to build the 740 MW Zubair gas-fired power plant, near Basra in southern Iraq.
With this in mind BEKO were invited to tender for the whole turnkey project which included removing all the old equipment, supply and installation of new dryers, filters and pipework.
Brands increasingly approach their vendors with the same word: turnkey as in a turnkey project or a turnkey contract.