Raytheon Engineers & Constructors has received $65 million in new contracts for three projects.

Raytheon Engineers & Constructors, a unit of Raytheon Co., has received $65 million in new contracts for three projects in Poland, Saudi Arabia and the U.S. In Poland, the company has received a $25 million contract to revamp and upgrade a vinyl chloride plant. Raytheon will provide basic engineering, procurement of mechanical equipment and start-up assistance. The project will enchance existing facilities at the site and expand production capacity by 50 percent.

In Saudi Arabia, the company has been awarded a $15 million contract to provide project management services for a propane dehydrogenation and polypropylene complex in Al-Jubail.

In the U.S., Ratheon has been awarded a contract by the Dept. of Energy to provide architect-engineering services at DOE’s Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory. The contracts cover a three-year period and has a potential value of $25 million.