Our experience along with in-house engineering, procurement, project management, and construction management has entitled us to be recognized as a highly qualified and respected EPC firm in the electric utility industry.

Throughout our history schedules and budgets have been a foremost focus for successful completion. Strong Project Management along with foresight of problematic risk factors allows us to enhance project controls and minimize scope creep and changes that can result in delays and higher costs. We take pride in maintaining the project emphasis to assure client satisfaction and a mutually successful project.


One Company Point of Contact

  • Provides better coordination, communication, and an overall smoother process
  • Saves time (not as many layers of approval)
  • Promotes familiarity among project team; team members are not changing from job to job

Management of Project

  • Reduces the number of management personnel at the various subcontractors
  • Reduces owner staffing

Risk Management

  • Eliminates finger pointing and delay when issues arise, especially when they require quick resolution
  • Minimizes problems between design and procurement related to schedules since both parties are on board from the earliest stages
  • Mitigates “blame game” and attempts at risk shifting

Financial Benefits

  • Reduces cost by eliminating double markup, first for construction subcontractor, and then for the general contractor
  • Capitalizes on structure of joint venture because both engineering and construction are incentivized via their ownership stakes to perform on the project
  • Project owner’s costs are minimized because they are not required to serve as intermediary between the engineer and the contractor

Product Quality

  • Maximizes consistency and quality throughout, since one company oversees QA/QC

Project Timing

  • Improves schedule and costs by eliminating construction bid/review/award phase of job
  • Lessens changes in scope, both major and minor, by reducing the burden on the project owner because there is a single point of contact